COURSES DEVELOPED AND TAUGHT

 

 

 

Fall 2019, 2020

Winter 2016, 2018, 2019, Summer 2020

Fall 2014, 2015
Winter 2018, 2019

 

Winter 2014, Summer 2015, Winter 2017

Winter 2016, 2017

Winter 2015

Winter 2014

 

Winter/Fall, 2007-2008

Graduate Level

 

Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

LHA5107 / SMU MMCC 5270: Co-operatives and Economic Democracy, Field Research and Study Tour: Mondragón, Basque Country, Spain / Emilia Romagna, Italy.
A joint hybrid course and field research/study tour between OISE/UT’s Adult Education and Community Development program and Saint Mary’s University’s Master of Management, Co-operatives and Credit Unions at the Sobey School of Business.

 

LHA1182: Nonprofits, Co-operatives and the Social Economy: An Overview.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Collaborative Program in Community Development, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

WPL1131: Introduction to Workplace Learning and Social Change.

Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

 

LHA1148: An Introduction to Workplace, Organizational, and Economic Democracy. Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Collaborative Program in Community Development, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

LHA1150: Critical Perspectives on Organizational Change.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

 

LHA1186: Perspectives on Organizational Change.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

WPL3931: Advanced Studies in Workplace Learning and Social Change.
Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change, Program in Adult Education and Community Development

Undergraduate Level

 

Business & Society Program, Department of Social Science, York University, Toronto, Canada

SOSC/ES4041.6: Alternative Economic Firms and Organizations.

Upper-level capstone course in the Business & Society Program