Assistant Professor, Education
Education, School of Professional Studies
Kathy Snow completed both her BSc and BEd degrees from the University of Prince Edward Island. In 2011 she received her Masters of Arts in Teaching and Learning from the University of Bath, England where her thesis focused on the application of technology for learning from students perspectives. Her soon to be defended doctoral studies with the University of Calgary examine the factors impacting persistence for non-traditional learners.
Kathy has experience as both a classroom teacher and administrator in four continents, Africa, Europe, Asia and North America, specialising in K-12 technology and technology administration in independent international schools. She has taught teacher education in community based programs in northern Manitoba, developed and presented professional development workshops for the International Baccalaureate Organisation and also worked as an Instructional Designer for the University of Manitoba Distance Education Department.
Kathy’s current research interests include: Decolonizing and critical pedagogy, blended-learning, educational technology, instructional design, networked learning.
In addition to Kathy’s work at CBU, she serves as the co-editor of the Journal of Professional, Online, and Continuing Education (JPOCE – formerly CJUCE), serves on the executive board for the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) and is heavily involved in community outreach for science education/literacy. Follow her on twitter @kathymesnow.