Alicia works with faculty to develop their teaching through consultations, teaching observations and workshops. As a representative of the CTL, she also sits on a number of committees and liaises with various units to further the CTL’s mission of supporting and sustaining excellence, inclusion, and opportunity for the entire academic community.
Alicia has nearly 20 years of combined teaching, training and educational development experience, and has worked extensively in teacher training, e-learning, curriculum development and instructional design. She taught internationally for over decade, having held teaching, teacher training and administrative positions across the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
Her current areas of interest include blended learning, educational technologies, and inclusive teaching. (Source Concordia University website)
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies, Educational Technology
Teaching Consultant, Centre for Teaching & Learning
– Present 4 years 10 months
– 1 year
Effect of digital learning environment on learning outcomes in a university-level English composition course
SALTISE Conference 2017
Promoting Active and Engaged online learning in a Blended course
SALTISE Conference 2016