NEW WAYS OF TEACHING, NEW WAYS OF LEARNING: SUPPORTING LEARNING IN ONLINE ENVIRONMENTS
WORKSHOP FACILITATOR AND PROPOSAL COACH
(SUMMER 2020 - CURRENT)
Dr. Danielle Murdoch is a Lecturer in the School of Criminology. She teaches a variety of undergraduate classes: introduction to the criminal justice system, women and justice, introduction to corrections, correctional practice, and decision-making in criminal justice. Danielle was awarded the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Lesley B. Cormack Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2019. Danielle has received two Teaching and Learning Development Grants: the first explored the barriers to and educational value of student participation in prison tours and the second involved developing tools to support graduate students in their role as teaching assistants. Danielle is currently designing a project to be conducted in the 2020-2021 academic year that stems from her participation in the Disrupting Colonialism through Teaching integrated seminar series and grants program.