Teena Campbell

Lecturer

Teena Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science, Physical Education from St. Francis Xavier University 1993, along with a Master of Education with a specialization in Sport Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2003. Currently Teena is a Lecturer at CBU in the area of Experiential Studies in Community and Sport. In her past she worked as a Teacher (bilingual – French and English) in the K-12 school system teaching classes such as Physical. Education, French, Science and Math in both French and English. Her teaching experience was varied provinces and states from 1993-2015 in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labourdor, North West Territories, British Columbia, Ontario and Kentucky. Following her teaching experience she was Vice-Principal in the K-12 school system in British Columbia from 2015-2017. Teena has taught the following classes during her time at CBU; FRNC 1102, Experiential Studies in Community and Sporties in Community and Sport 1104, 2108, COMS 2105.

Expertise:

Expertise: Physical education and sport/physical activity instruction. Interests: Coaching, promoting Active for Life activities in community and schools, sports and physical fitness