Suzanne Windsor-Liscombe

Pronouns

She/Her/Hers


Job Title

Adjunct Professor


Workplace

Acadia University, Nova Scotia


EDST Degree/s and graduation year/s

EdD, 2014


Concentration

Educational Studies – General


Residence

Vancouver, Canada


Suzanne Windsor-Liscombe is a retired educator whose career spans K through higher education. Suzanne taught mainly in Burnaby BC, but also in England UK. She has held temporary assignments at UBC as a Faculty Advisor and as a Program Coordinator in the Teacher Education Office. Her areas of expertise are music (ARCT, B. Music), ELL (Dip. ED., M. Ed.) and visual and performing arts integration (Ed.D). Suzanne is currently an adjunct professor at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, where she spends part of her year. Her research focus is the visual and performing arts with a particular interest in arts-integrated pedagogy. Suzanne is an assistant editor for the Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, and has authored three children’s books. Having suffered a profound hearing loss and no longer able to hear music, Suzanne now composes children’s operas and musicals – framed around historical events and current social issues – that serve as the core around which the be upper intermediate curriculum is integrated. Suzanne can be contacted at suzgwl@gmail.com

 

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