Dr. Sarah has been a classroom educator at the post-secondary level since 1994. She has taught Spanish, Effective Learning (Metacognition) and a variety of courses in professional development for educators. In 2005, her students nominated her for a Teaching Excellence Award at the University of Calgary.
She has also worked as in educational leadership positions including directing an English and a Second Language program, post-secondary language and educational research, and most recently, evaluation and monitoring of educational programs. Much of her teaching time now is spent delivering professional development content to adult educators.
She has taught at the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University and Idaho State University and Chinook Learning Services:
Online Instructor, Professional Development Courses for In-Service Teachers, Idaho State
University, ISU Workforce Learning.
Fall 2010 – Winter 2011.
Sessional Instructor, Effective Learning, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary.
Sessional Instructor, Spanish 201 and 203, French, Italian and Spanish, University of Calgary.
Fall 2010, 2005, 2004, 1996, 1995 and 1994
Winter 1994, 1995, 1996 and Spring, 1996
Sessional Instructor, Spanish 2201 and 2203, Mount Royal University
Fall 2001 – Winter 2005
Teaching Assistant, Spanish 403, Department of French, Italian and Spanish, University of Calgary,
Supervisor: Dr. Luis Torres. Fall 1996