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Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Students’ Association

CTLSA Team 2017-2018

2017-2018 Exec Team

From left to right: TBA



External Coordinator: Nadeen Al-Hashimi

Program: Masters of Teaching

Hobbies: TBD

Message: TBD


Communications Coordinator: Stanley Koh

Program: Masters of Education, CSTD Stream

Hobbies/Interests: Photography, Computers, Listening to Music, Watching Movies/Dramas

Message: Hi Everyone, I'm a first year MEd student in the CSTD program in CTL. I'm currently working as a teacher in Toronto while completing my MEd degree. I look forward to working with the CTL community to ensure we have events that are interesting and engaging.

Plans for This School Year: To have a photobook of the year's events for graduates in June 2018 as well as the possibility of having a formal event at the end of the Winter Term in 2018.


Financial Coordinator: Laura Brayford

Program: Masters of Teaching

Hobbies: Travel and Dancing

Research Interest: Improving student retention and interest in French as a second language programs at the secondary level

Message: I am looking forward to joining the CTLSA executive team this year as a second year MT student. In addition to my roles as a financial coordinator, I will make it a priority to represent the voices of my peers and contribute to events that will build networking opportunities, professional development, and a sense of community.


Internal Coordinator: Diana Barrero

Program: MA student in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development (CSTD) & CIDE Collaborative Program

Research Interests: identity construction, equity, diversity, and social justice in school and society.

Hobbies: painting, gardening, and cooking   

Message: As the internal coordinator, I work in collaboration with the CTLSA executive team to serve the interest of our diverse CTL student body. I want to maintain the voices of our students at the front of all our conversations, and promote decision-making that is participatory, collaborative, and transparent. This year, I also participate in the CTSD Faculty meetings as the master’s representative. 


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