Past Courses

2016-2017 Academic Year
2017: ED 462: International Education (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 2017, University of Prince Edward Island.

2016: ED 628: International Education and Development (3 credits – graduate level). Summer 2016, University of Prince Edward Island.

2015-2016 Academic Year
2016: ED 462: International education (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 2016, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 702: Directed studies in Research Methodology (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 2016, University of Prince Edward Island. [Independent study – Alhothali]

ED 702: Directed studies in Research Methodology (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 2016, University of Prince Edward Island. [Independent study – Brazil]

ED 627: Global education (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 2016, University of Prince Edward Island.

2015: ED 464(A): Educating for global citizenship (2.5 credits – undergraduate level). Fall 2015, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 464(A): Educating for global citizenship (2.5 credits – undergraduate level). Fall 2015, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 704: Doctoral seminar in Educational Studies (6 credits – graduate level). Full year 2015-2016, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 703: Directed studies in Educational Research and Theory (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 2015, University of Prince Edward Island. [Independent study – Alhothali]

ED 703: Directed studies in Educational Research and Theory (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 2015, University of Prince Edward Island. [Independent study – Brazil]

2014-2015 Academic Year:
ED 628: International education and development. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 2015, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 465: International development. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 2015, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 627: Global education. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 2014, University of Prince Edward Island.

ED 462: International education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Fall 2014, University of Prince Edward Island.

2010: EDUC 615: Educational leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 2009, University of Prince Edward Island. [Taught in Fort McMurray, Alberta]

2009:  EDUC 691: Issues in educational leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring / summer 2009, University of Prince Edward Island. [Independent study – Davies]

EDUC 462: International education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 2009, University of Prince Edward Island.

2006: EDER 619.42: Special topics for leadership I. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 2006, University of Calgary. [Independent study – Steeber]

EDER 705: Doctoral seminar in educational leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2006, University of Calgary.

EDER 703.05: Special topics in leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 2006, University of Calgary. [Independent study – Spurrell]

2005: EDER 705: Doctoral seminar in educational leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2005, University of Calgary. [Co-taught with Dr. L. Bosetti]

2004: EDER 619.42: Special topics for leadership I. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 2004, University of Calgary. [Independent study – Kollewyn; Hart]

EDER 619.17: International trends in educational leadership II. (3 credits – graduate level) Summer 2004, University of Calgary. [Travel study – University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand]

EDER 619.16: International trends in educational leadership I. (3 credits – graduate level). Summer 2004, University of Calgary

EDER 697.78 L50: Linking research to professional practice. (1.5 credits – graduate level). Summer 2004, University of Calgary.

EDER 697.78 L51: Linking research to professional practice. (1.5 credits – graduate level). Summer 2004, on-line.

EDER 619.16: International trends in educational leadership I. (3 credits – graduate level). Summer 2004, University of Calgary. [Independent study – Kokonas]

EDER 619.28: Issues in educational management II. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring 2004, University of Calgary. [Independent study – Anderson]

EDER 705: Doctoral seminar in educational leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2004. [Co-taught with Dr. C. Webber]

2003: EDER 705: Doctoral seminar in educational leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2003. [Co-taught with Dr. T. Gougeon]

2002: EDER 619.35: Advanced seminar in Educational Administration Theory and Leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2002.

2001: EDER 619.32: Introduction to Educational Administration Theory and Leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall, 2001. On-line.

EDER 619.28: Issues in educational management II. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring 2001, University of Calgary. [Independent study – MacNeill]

EDER 619.10: Issues in educational management. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2001, University of Calgary.

EDER 619.28: Issues in educational management II. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring 2001, University of Calgary. [Independent study – Kostiuk]

APSY 795.05: Student mobility and literacy achievement: A school based evaluation. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring 2001, University of Calgary. [Independent study]

2000: EDER 619.32: Introduction to Educational Administration Theory and Leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall, 2000

Education Teacher Preparation 508: Praxis. House 4, Field Seminar (Year 2 of the MT program). Fall, 2000, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 508: Praxis. House 4, Case Tutorial Seminar (Year 2 of the MT program). Fall, 2000, University of Calgary.

EDER 619.32 L70 & L71: Introduction to Educational Administration Theory and Leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Summer, 2000, as part of the Rural School Principal’s Institute, University of Calgary.

EDER 619.32 L40: Introduction to Educational Administration Theory and Leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring, 2000, University of Calgary.

EDER 619.10: Issues in educational management. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2000, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 506: Curriculum contexts Cadre 1, Professional Seminar (Year 1 of the MT program). Winter, 2000, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 506: Curriculum contexts Cadre 1, Field Seminar (Year 1 of the MT program). Winter, 2000, University of Calgary.

Education 533: Implementation of change. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter, 2000, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and via e-mail]

1999: EDER 619.32: Introduction to Educational Administration Theory and Leadership. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall, 1999, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 502: Learners and Learning Cadre 1, Professional Seminar (Year 1 of the MT program). Fall, 1999, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 504: Teachers and Teaching Cadre 1, Professional Seminar (Year 1 of the MT program). Fall, 1999, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 502: Learners and Learning Cadre 1, Field Seminar (Year 1 of the MT program). Fall, 1999, University of Calgary.

Education Teacher Preparation 504: Teachers and Teaching Cadre 1, Field Seminar (Year 1 of the MT program). Fall, 1999, University of Calgary.

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits – graduate level). Summer, 1999, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 505: Introduction to Educational Research Methods. (3 credits – graduate level). Summer, 1999, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 434: Philosophy and history of education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 1999, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits -graduate level). Winter 1999, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Halifax, Nova Scotia]

Education 569: Selected topics in education – Reform and restructuring in Canadian education. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 1999. [An Internet-based course taught by Computer conferencing] St. Francis Xavier University.

1998-1999: Education 470: Internship. (6 credits – undergraduate level). Fall and Winter terms, St. Francis Xavier University.

1998: Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 1998, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Amherst, Nova Scotia]

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 1998, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Mulgrave, Nova Scotia]

Education 505: Introduction to Educational Research Methods. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 1998, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 471: The administration of education. (3 credits – post-undergraduate level). Summer 1998, University of Prince Edward Island. [Taught in Summerside, Prince Edward Island]

Education 811: The history and development of organizational theory (3 credits, graduate level). Summer 1998, University of Saskatchewan. [Taught in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan]

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits – graduate level). Spring 1998, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia]

Education 434: Philosophy and history of education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 1998, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 1998, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 569: Selected topics in education – Reform and restructuring in Canadian education. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 1998. [An Internet-based course taught by Computer conferencing]. St. Francis Xavier University.

1997-1998: Education 470: Internship. (6 credits – undergraduate level). Fall and Winter terms, St. Francis Xavier University.

1997: Education 561: Introduction to Administrative Theory. (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 1997. [Taught in Stellarton, Nova Scotia]

Education 458: Integration of Fine Arts into the elementary school curriculum. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Fall 1997, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative theory. (3 credits, graduate level.) Inter-session 1997, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Truro, Nova Scotia]

Education 561: Introduction to Administrative theory. (3 credits, graduate level.) Inter-session 1997, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Corner Brook, Newfoundland]

Education 581: The role of the principal. (3 credits – graduate level). Winter 1997, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 434: Philosophy and history of education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 1997, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 458: Integration of Fine Arts into the elementary school curriculum. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter 1997, St. Francis Xavier University.

1996-1997: Education 470: Internship. (6 credits – undergraduate level). Fall and Winter terms, St. Francis Xavier University.

1996: Education 573: Supervision of Instruction (3 credits – graduate level). Fall 1996, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Corner Brook, Newfoundland]

Education 431.10: Principles and practices of elementary education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter term, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 431.11: Principles and practices of elementary education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter term, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 581: The role of the principal (3 credits – graduate level).

Summer session, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia]

Education 581: The role of the principal (3 credits – graduate level).

Intersession, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Halifax, Nova Scotia]

Education 431: Principles and practices of elementary education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Winter term, St. Francis Xavier University.

1995-1996: Education 470: Internship. (6 credits – undergraduate level). Fall & winter terms, St. Francis Xavier University.

Education 560: Administrative theory. (6 credits – graduate level). Fall & winter terms, St. Francis Xavier University. [Taught in Sydney, Nova Scotia]

1995: Education 431: Principles and practices of elementary education. (3 credits – undergraduate level). Fall term, St. Francis Xavier University.

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