Alex Kozelko

Educational Developer
Room 324, 65 Dafoe Road


Role

In her work at The Centre, Alex supports teaching development for graduate students and teaching assistants through a variety of initiatives. Alex leads the delivery of The Centre’s Level 1: Novice Graduate Teaching Program. She also develops and creates workshops and training for graduate students and teaching assistants at The Centre and on a case-by-case basis for departments across campus. Alex is also responsible for The Centre’s workshop coordination. Alex is a member of the Teaching Assistant and Graduate Student Advancement (TAGSA) Executive, an affiliated group of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE).


Biography

Alex has worked at The Centre since 2013. She has experience as a Teaching Assistant and teaching English as an Additional Language. Her current field of study is Peace and Conflict Studies. Alex’s thesis will focus on the impact of the current conflict in Ukraine on young people aged 18-35 and she will be completing field work in Ukraine in the near future. She has completed her Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) and Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW) training and facilitates ISW training at the Centre.

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