Teaching & Learning Professional Development Profiles

Kabir Bhalla

Kabir works as one of the instructors for the Certificate Program in Advanced Teaching and Learning at CTLT. He is an Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) facilitator, responsible for conducting Graduate ISWs and department-specific TA training sessions at UBC as part of his role on the Graduate Student Facilitator Team. Concurrently, he is pursuing his PhD […]

Ainsley Camps

Ainsley is a point person for the CTLT’s Institutes; from planning and development to coordination and the curation of Institute recordings and resources. She also takes part in the facilitation of Journey into Course Design, and the moderation of CTLT Fireside Chats which feature faculty panelists sharing their teaching and learning experiences in different topic […]

Judy 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 Mind, Qualitative Research, and more! She coordinates Faculty Instructional Skills Workshops and the CTLT Institute. Judy calls herself a milk protein chemist and […]

Will Engle

Will is engaged with projects that leverage emerging technologies and pedagogies to support open learning. As a strategist for open education initiatives, he has worked on a range of initiatives that have included helping to support open pedagogy-based assignments that emphasize students as collaborators in the production of knowledge, the effective integration of open resources […]

Shaya Golparian

Shaya develops and coordinates the TA Development Program at CTLT. This includes consulting with departments to plan, design, deliver and evaluate department-specific TA teaching skills development. Shaya designs and facilitates capacity-building workshops for department TA training programs, and coordinates the TA training community of Practice. She is an Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) facilitator and a […]

Sue Hampton

Sue provides design and facilitation services to the UBC teaching and learning community. Sue is involved in program design and facilitation across various TLPD programs and she leads the Course Design Intensive for Faculty. She is engaged in supporting TLPD’s integration of equity, diversity, and anti-oppressive pedagogy across our programming, and is involved in developing […]

Isabeau Iqbal

At CTLT, Isabeau (she/her) leads the Formative Peer Review of Teaching program and co-leads the Teaching Development Program for New Faculty. In addition, Isabeau works with instructors who are developing their teaching portfolios and facilitates workshops on various topics. Isabeau holds a PhD in Education from UBC and is a Professional Certified Coach with the […]

Rie Namba

Rie designs, develops, supports and maintains resources to facilitate the use of open practices in teaching and learning (specifically Wiki and WordPress). Rie provides consultation to students, faculty, and staff who are incorporating open practices in their work and develops, implements, and curates educational resources and materials (guides, handouts, tutorials, websites) that address teaching and […]

Emily Renoe

Emily consults, supports and trains faculty and staff with the integration of learning technologies into their face-to-face, online and blended learning environments. Emily is presently involved in a number of UBC initiatives such as Teaching Development Program for New Faculty, Learning Technology Rovers and much more. She is presently situated in the Learning Technology Hub. […]

Joseph Topornycky

Joseph designs and develops CTLT’s overall programming and support for Graduate Students and Teaching Assistants at CTLT. Joseph works with his team to ensure that graduate student support is informed by current research on how people learn and well grounded teaching and learning theory in accord with the university’s strategic goals. He is also the […]