Teaching


TEACHING IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ADULT EDUCATION

The Master of Adult Education (MAdEd) degree is taught primarily by distance, to students all across Canada and beyond; this program is delivered through one-on-one tutorials, Blackboard/Moodle/Collaborate Online learning system courses, and telephone, facsimile, electronic mail, and in person. I currently advise approximately 40 students, using all of these delivery methods. As a distance program, new students attend a 3-week orientation to the MAdEd program (Foundations Institute). In addition to on-to-one teaching, therefore, I am involved in planning and co-teaching these Foundations Institutes.

  PhD  SUPERVISION

Supervision:

Read, K. (in progress) Nova Scotia Inter-University Doctorate Program in Educational Studies (StFX)

Co-Supervision:

Garnier, M. (in progress) Nova Scotia Inter-University Doctorate Program in Educational Studies (StFX)

Committee Membership:

Nyika, L. (in progress) Nova Scotia Inter-University Doctorate Program in Educational Studies (StFX)

Gotchall, K. (in progress) Nova Scotia Inter-University Doctorate Program in Educational Studies (StFX)

 EXTERNAL EXAMINATION OF THESES (Masters/PhD)

Hicks-Moore, Sandee (2012). Doing what comes natural: Understanding direct caregivers’ experience of caring for residents with dementia. Doctor of Philosophy (Education), (PhD). Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Burge, Faculty of Education, University of New Brunswick.

Nyika, Lawrence (2012). Exploring factors that influence risky sexual behaviours of undergraduate students. Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) Advisor: Dr. Anne Murray Orr, Faculty of Education, St Francis Xavier University.

 INVITED GUEST LECTURES/WORKHOPS

Coady, M. (2016). Learning as a central focus in fostering collaborative practice: A case study of one multidisciplinary health team’s learning. Presentation at the Nova Scotia Health Authority Eastern Zone conference: Healthy People, Healthy Communities For Generations: We are Primary Health Care. Nova Scotia Health Authority, Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia.

 Coady, M. (2016). Self as teacher? And client as learner? An introduction to teaching and learning. Nursing 115. Focus on domains of the person and client as learner including cognitive, spiritual emotional and embodied dimension of learning, and adapting self (nurse) as teacher and co-learner in fostering learning in diverse educational situations and contexts. [Two workshops: January and June 2016]

 Coady, M. (2015). Adult learning principles and practices: A primer for graduating nursing students. Workshop for senior nursing students. Nursing 499. School of Nursing. Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia. [Two workshops: August and September 2015]

Coady, M. (2015). Adult Learning Principles & Practices. Lectures for senior seminar  course: Nursing 491 – Trends in Healthcare. School of Nursing, St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady, M.(2014).  Debunking Gender Myths: A Co-operative Inquiry. Facilitation of a week long co-operative learning inquiry workshop with in the Diploma in Leadership Development. Coady International Institute, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady, M. (2013). Fostering professional learning and collaboration as a component of primary health care reform: Strengthening health capacity in Northeastern Nova Scotia. Paper presented at the research symposium on Moving Forward: A Continuum for Chronic Disease Services. Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady, M. & Lange, E. (2011). Fostering learning for sustainable forest management practices: An adult education primer for forestry educators and extension workers. Workshops presented at the annual conference of the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources Stewardship and Outreach Section, St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish Nova Scotia.

Coady M. (2008). The Antigonish Movement. Lecture for course HNU 475 – Effecting Change, Department of Human Nutrition, St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady, M. (2007). Self-directed learning and negotiating learning objectives in a dietetic internship program. Workshop for dietetic interns, Department of Human Nutrition, St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady M. (2000). Self-directed learning and negotiating learning objectives in a nutrition internship program. Workshop for dietetic interns, Department of Human Nutrition, St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady, M. (1999). Effective facilitation skills. Skills workshop for participants in the Diploma in Leadership Development. Coady International Institute, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady M. (1998). Appreciative Inquiry Methodologies. A  skills workshop for participants in the Diploma in Leadership Development program, Coady International Institute, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Coady, M. (1997). Effective presentation skills. Three-part skills workshop for participants in the Diploma in Leadership Development program, Coady International Institute. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

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