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LEADERSHIP, HIGHER &  ADULT EDUCATION



Katharine Janzen
Lecturer

phone: (416) 978-1232
email: katharine.janzen@utoronto.ca  

Departments:
Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education


Curriculum Vitae

http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/Curriculum_Vitae/Katharine_Janzen_CV.pdf

Academic History

Doctor of Education (Ed.D) University of Toronto, Specialization: Higher Education (Educ of Professionals), 1990
Master of Education (M.Ed.) University of Toronto, Specialization: Education Administration, 1986
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.N.) University of Toronto, 1974
Diploma in Nursing (R.N.) The Mack School of Nursing, St. Catharines, ON, 1970

Teaching Overview

Dr. Janzen has taught in higher education in Ontario for more than 40 years. She was Professor, Coordinator and Chair of the Nursing Program at Seneca College for 18 years; Director of Professional Development for 10 years and Associate Vice President Research & Innovation for 8 years, also at Seneca. Between 1990 and 2007 she was a part-time Adjunct Professor at Brock University,an Associate with Central Michigan University and the University of Toronto/OISE teaching in undergraduate and graduate programs. Her main areas of interest and expertise are: Curriculum Theory, Design and Development, Teaching/Learning strategies, Organization Development, Education Research, and Leadership and Change in education. She has supervised more than 35 students who have successfully completed their master's research projects and theses; she continues to be the Thesis Supervisor for numerous PhD students and she serves on doctoral theses committees. Katharine has co-facilitated several year-long leadership academies for health professionals and college faculty, administrators and support staff.

Representative Publications

Fall 1993 - Fall 2015  -  Founding and Senior Editor of The College Quarterly - an academic journal that focuses on research and scholarly discussion of issues relevant to Canadian colleges. The journal includes both peer reviewed and editorial board reviewed scholarly papers. Initially published in print the journal is now published entirely on-line. http://collegequarterly.ca

Janzen, K. (2015). Encouraging scholarly teaching and learning. The College Quarterly, Vol;. 18, No. 2.

Janzen,K. (2013). Case Study of the Innovative M.Ed. in Higher Education Leadership Cohort Initiative Introduced at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.  Published on OISE Library T-Space, University of Toronto, http://hdl.handle.net/1807/66925

2012 - consultant for the Education Program Standards for Funeral Services in Ontario

Roberts, J., Beke, N., Janzen, K., Mercer, D, and Soetaert, E. (2003). “Harvesting Fragments of Time.  Mobile Learning Pilot Project”.  Mobile Learning Consortium. http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/college/mlearning   

Janzen. K. - Professional Competency Profile,  Funeral Director - published by the Ontario Board of Funeral Services - (First Edition - May 21, 2003)

Janzen, K.R. - Standards for Diabetes Education in Canada (September 1995, revised 2000)  published by the Diabetes Educators of the Canadian Diabetes Association and subsequently adopted as the International Standards for Diabetes Education.

Janzen, K.R. (1996) “Caring” as an Intended Learning Outcome. Curriculum Inquiry. Vol.26, No. 2,  Summer 1996, pp.211-214.

Mitchell, A., Janzen, K., Pask, E. & Southwell, D. (1995) Assessment of Nursing Research Utilization  Needs in Ontario Health Agencies. Canadian Journal of Nursing Administration, Vo.8, No. 1,  January - February 1995, pp.77-91

Tiberius, R.G., Sackin, H.D., Janzen, K.R. & Preece, M. (1993). Alliances for Change: A Procedure  for Improving Teaching Through Conversations with Learners and Partnerships with  Colleagues. The Journal of Staff, Program and Organization Development, Vol. 11, No.1, 11- 23.