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Tereigh Ewert-Bauer, Educational Development Specialist
Tereigh is an Educational Development Specialist with The Gwenna Moss Centre. She completed her M.A. in English Literature in 2005, focusing on “whiteness,” feminism, identity, and neo-colonial theories.
Tereigh has been with the GMCTE since October 2000, conducting peer consultations, program coordinating, leading workshops, and co-designing and teaching GSR 989: Introduction to University Teaching (with Kim West) and formerly Transforming Teaching (with Richard Schwier). Also trained as an Instructional Skills Workshop facilitator, with Kim West, she offers ISWs at certain times of the year for interested faculty and instructors.
Some of Tereigh’s research interests include intercultural compentency and communication, internationalization, inclusive teaching practices across the disciplines, critically reflective teaching, and graduate student teacher educational development.
Tereigh can be reached by E-mail or by phone (966-6321).
Glenda Abbott, Faculty Development Assistant - Aboriginal Programs
Glenda Abbott graduated from the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teaching Education Program in Prince Albert with a Bachelor of Education (with distinction). She is a nehiyaw (Plains Cree) woman from Pelican Lake First Nation with two teenage sons who inspire her to continue her education.
In the fall of 2013, Glenda plans on pursuing a Master of Education degree in Educational Foundations at the University of Saskatchewan. Glenda’s professional goal is to make positive contributions in the development of engaging and relevant curricula that emphasize Indigenous history and culture in Canada. She is passionate about bridging these gaps and strategizing to decolonize pedagogy so that formal education can become a safer place by including multiple ways of knowing. Glenda is working with Indigenous Voices as a Faculty Development Assistant and believes that her experience with us will be one that supports her academic and professional goals in a meaningful context.
Glenda can be reached by E-mail or by phone (966-6280)