Faculty Profile - Liz Girard

Liz Girard

Liz Girard

Faculty

Accessible Learning, Adult Basic Education

Master of Special Education (Flinder's University, Australia, 2013)

 

Subjects: Access Education
liz.girard@nic.bc.ca
Comox Valley Campus 250-334-5078 | Location TYE - 113
Campbell River Campus 250-923-9772

Liz grew up in Ontario. She travelled the province, moved to live and teach in the Eastern Arctic, then finally landed in the Comox Valley in 2004.

Liz taught in NIC’s Adult Basic Education Department for many years, and has taught in the Department of Accessible Learning since 2013.  She loves supporting students as they learn about new subjects and learn more about themselves. 

When she is not teaching, you can find Liz swimming, biking, skiing, hiking, gardening, reading and listening to music.

Master of Special Education (Flinder's University, Australia, 2013)

 

B.Ed. (Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2001)

Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism (Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, 1998)

Bachelor of Geography (Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, 1998)

Girard, E.S. (2010) Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics Book 4.  British Columbia: Province of British Columbia Ministry of Advanced   Education and Labour Market Development.

Girard, E.S. (2010) Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics Book 5.  British Columbia: Province of British Columbia Ministry of Advanced   Education and Labour Market Development.

Girard, E.S. (2010) Adult Literacy Fundamental Mathematics Book 6.  British Columbia: Province of British Columbia Ministry of Advanced   Education and Labour Market Development.

 

  • Conference presentor: Disbility Resources Network of British Columbia (DRNBC) May, 2017.  Session title:  Teaching an Adaptive Technology for Communication Course: Supporting students in using their own personal handheld devices for literacy and communication.

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