The tempest that is HLTH102 taught at Queen’s University raises many questions about university teaching but also larger questions about structural problems that are not being addressed in media that I have read. These structural issues suggest that the problem is not isolated to this one professor but perhaps a product of the way we do university teaching. HLTH […]
For years, like my other faculty colleagues,I have had many requests for letters of reference. Most of the time they are for some post-secondary education like grad school, law school or college. I’m not sure if students have a sense of what is required for a letter of reference. Some take a long time to […]
Over the coming weeks, I will try to post my course outlines. You can find them by clicking on the Teaching tab above.