Kara Loy holds an MEd in educational research (University of Calgary), a BA Hons in English, a BA in Spanish, and a post-graduate TESL certificate (University of Saskatchewan). She is pursuing an EdD in educational leadership (University of Calgary) and is researching how professors are leading change in Canadian higher education through professional practices and networks. She is an elected councillor for the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR). Her primary interest as a post-secondary administrator is in supporting transformative discovery, professional, and scholarly experiences for students, faculty and staff.
A career as a university instructor or K-12 teacher is full of stories. There are successes, failures, humour — but they’re always a source of professional learning and reflection. Hear from educators in K-12 and from the university level as they illustrate learning concepts, practices and principles through the telling of their own classroom adventures. Told in an easygoing, conversational style, these stories will resonate with teachers of all levels.
Adventures in Teaching is hosted by Dr. John Churchley, Coordinator for Teaching and Learning at CELT.