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Staff Listing

Graduate Teaching Developers 

Nina Hedayati

Nina is a third year doctoral student in Cognitive Neuroscience. Her research focuses on biomarkers of resilience in people who have or have not experienced negative life events. With regards to teaching, Nina tries to learn new active learning techniques to incorporate them into her classes and workshops. Her favourite part of teaching is seeing the growth and progress of her students.

Anahid Shirkhodaee

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Student Teaching Development Facilitators

Beth Kannath

Beth is a third year Bachelor of Business Administration student pursuing a concentration in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Education. With a passion for innovation and learning, Beth continually seeks to challenge the status quo and find new opportunities within the field of education. Her favourite part about teaching is facilitating collaborative spaces to learn from one another and using co-constructed knowledge as a basis to build on ideas for a sustainable and brighter future. 

Kaitlin Shaw

Kaitlin is a fourth year Bachelor of Business Administration student pursing a specialization in Human Resources and a minor in Psychology. Kaitlin is also hoping to attend Teachers College after completing her undergraduate degree. She is passionate about education, including both teaching and learning from those around her. Kaitlin also has a passion for inclusion and providing a comfortable learning environment that is adaptable to individual needs. She is looking forward to teaching others, expanding her own knowledge and developing relationships through this role. 

Staff

Marcia Chaudet

As an Educational Developer for Student Programming, Marcia Chaudet coordinates the student certificate programming and workshops offered through Teaching and Learning. As well she is responsible for overseeing teaching development for undergraduate and graduate students across Laurier’s campuses. She enjoys working with students and allowing them opportunities to expand their teaching beliefs and explore teaching and learning in new environments.