Academic Director, Teaching & Learning
Senior Lecturer, Business Communications
Room: WMC 4351
Curriculum Vitae: View
Senior Lecturer Shauna Jones, holds a MA in Leadership and teaches Foundations in Collaborative Work Environments for the Beedie School of Business. She brings with her almost two decades of experience in business and personal consulting, facilitation and training, career management, and coaching.
Shauna also co-teaches in SFU's Certificate Program in University Teaching and Learning (a 13-week program for Graduate Students), and has co-facilitated Rethinking Teaching (a 4-day course design workshop for faculty).
Shauna's goal in teaching is to create significant learning experiences for her students: ones that shift from a content-centered to a learner-centered approach; ones that impact students both cognitively and emotionally (Fink, 2003).
Dan Rather said, “The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called "truth." This describes Shauna's approach to teaching. She starts by believing in what students can do. She then supports them to get there by listening, tugging, pushing, and often prodding them so they can go to the next level. Shauna helps her students to grow, to think about things differently, and to be more conscious in how they communicate and work with others.
Shauna is Academic Director, Teaching and Learning and a Faculty Teaching Fellow. She is also a member of Teaching and Learning Council at the Beedie School of Business. In these these roles Shauna supports Beedie full-time faculty and part-time instructors, and guides, promotes and advocates for teaching and learning within the faculty. As well, she designs and coordinates professional development opportunities around teaching and learning.
- Teaching teamwork and collaboration in higher education
- Creating welcoming experiences in an online environment for new students
- Leadership team development in teaching and learning