Isabeau Iqbal

At the CTLT, Isabeau is involved in coordinating various formative peer review of teaching initiatives and facilitating instructional skills workshops. Isabeau also works as a sessional instructor in the Faculty of Education where she teaches in the Bachelor of Education program.

Isabeau has a PhD in Education from UBC.

CDIPolaroid_judy_chan_220pixJudy Chan

Judy develops programs for faculty members, post doc fellows, and staff to support their teaching and learning needs. She has special interests in Using Problems and Cases in the Classroom, Teaching and Learning for the Heart and MindQualitative Research, and more! She coordinates Faculty Instructional Skills Workshops and the CTLT Institute.

CDIPolaroid_ErinYun_1_220pixErin Yun

Erin coordinates the Course Design Intensive (CDI), and collaborates on coordinating CTLT’s Summer, Winter, and Spring Institutes. She designs and facilitates teaching and learning professional development workshops such as the Faculty and Grad Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) and the CDI, as well as co-planning special events in teaching in learning, such as the Celebrate Learning Week.

CDIPolaroid_Roselynn_Verwoord_1_220pixRoselynn Verwood

In her role as Learning Design and Curriculum Consultant, Roselynn provides leadership in the design and development of curriculum and related courses and materials. In collaboration with departments and units, Roselynn helps identify curriculum needs, consults on how to address these needs, and oversees related curriculum projects through implementation and evaluation.

CDI_MarieMarie Krbavac

Marie is passionate about working with faculty to incorporate online learning tools into online and blended courses in order to engage students and help them to achieve the course learning outcomes. She is an experienced educational consultant, and has developed and taught a variety of online and blended learning courses in adult education and educational technology.

Cindy Underhill

In her role as Learning Resource Design Strategist, Cindy is engaged with projects that leverage learning design, open practice and technologies in the development of web based learning resources for students and faculty members. Example collaborative projects include Digital Tattoo and the Learning Commons. In both cases, students are co-producers of learning resources with guidance and mentorship from the project teams. Cindy is also an experienced educator and facilitator.

Sue Hampton

Sue provides design and facilitation services to the UBC teaching and learning community, leads the Course Design Intensive (CDI), and is supporting TLPD’s focus on integrating equity and inclusion pedagogy into the design of our programming.

patrickwallsPatrick Walls

Patrick joined the Department of Mathematics at UBC as an instructor in 2015 and teaches a variety of courses ranging from first-year calculus for science, second-year differential equations for engineers, and mathematical computing. Recently, Patrick redesigned Math 210 Introduction to Mathematical Computing and is thrilled to continue the project this year and to find new opportunities to promote software skills for science.

Patrick earned his MSc from UBC in 2007 and then PhD in mathematics from the University of Toronto in 2013.

 michael-lee_polaroidMichael Lee

Michael is a senior instructor with Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.  His passion for student wellbeing brings him to various campus mental health projects. He has a strong interest in applying Fink’s Significant Learning concepts to courses he teaches and recently completely re-designed a course using this model.