Patsy Marshall’s Students Continue to Impress!

Prof. Patsy Marshall’s students continue to impress with their course deliverables, even when they’re working remotely. Included below is a major project submitted to Patsy’s Group Dynamics and CPS Facilitation class from last semester that was particularly successful;… Read More

Ecological Psychology Students Get Outside to Get Creative

Since launching PSYC26632: Ecological Psychology last year, Dr. Lisa Droogendyk has had much to celebrate, particularly around one of the course’s major projects for which students are required to carry out a hands-on 6 week nature connection project… Read More

Behind the Scenes: Practicing Creative Thinking in Introduction to Studies in Creativity Classes

By Prof. Anna Boshnakova One of the most effective ways to develop and nurture student’s creativity is to give them the freedom to express themselves through a creative outlet. Creative activities enhance learning, can lead to a positive… Read More

Prof. Marlon Valencia shares student work and says thanks as he bids Sheridan adieu…

By Prof. Marlon Valencia Dear Sheridan colleagues, In this brief note, I want to say thanks to all of you for the nearly three years that I had the privilege to work with you and learn from you…. Read More

Celebrating Creative Leadership and CPS Students

Prof. Patsy Marshall is a partial-load professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, teaching courses within the Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving. For her Fall 2020 Creative Leadership and Problem Solving class,… Read More

ESL Students weigh in on Online Learning

ESL Prof. Amy Yani asked her students to weigh on on their experiences with online learning since the start of the pandemic. Here are a few of their responses! My Online Studying Experience — Hani Almunajed We are… Read More

Student Spotlight: Troy in Literature, Film, and Canvas!

By: Prof. Jennifer Phenix In LITT20065GD: Troy in Literature and Film, students were asked to create a visual piece to accompany their research paper that captures the hero Odysseus as a renewed Homeric hero. Em Kessler, Serena Westbroek,… Read More

Student Spotlight: ESL student Serife Gulmus

From ESL professor Mariya Petkova: “As part of their EAP Reading and Writing class, ESL student have to write an essay based on a previously researched academic topic of their choice. The purpose is to argue a point… Read More

Student Spotlight: ESL and the Mississauga Food Bank

By Prof. Supriya Habbu When my students and I decided to visit the Mississauga Food Bank this semester, I had several objectives. I wanted my students to practice their listening and speaking skills in real-life, authentic situations. I… Read More

Student Spotlight: Writing Life into Life Writing

By: Prof. Sarah Sinclair LITT27733GD is a literature-focused breadth elective that introduces students to the evolving genre of Life Writing in general and memoirs in particular. As part of the course requirements, students have the opportunity to create… Read More