I have almost 20 years of teaching and curriculum design experience (as Natalie Evans) at multiple Universities and Colleges, including the University of Guelph, Guelph-Humber, the University of Waterloo, and Wilfrid Laurier University. I have also taught at Humber College, Sheridan College and Contestoga College. I've also taught at the Institute for Humane Education in the USA as a graduate degree faculty member (environmental ethics).
In addition to teaching in-person, I've also designed and written many online and distance education courses for Universities and Colleges, as well as teaching them online.
My own intellectual curiosity has inspired me to teach within Philosophy but also across disciplines, including Media Studies, Political Science and Arts & Sciences for example. I've also supervised thesis students at both the Graduate and Undergraduate levels.
University of Guelph
University of Guelph-Humber
Curriculum Design: Distance Education courses including PHIL 2600 DE, Business and Professional Ethics, PHIL 2080 DE, Animals in Philosophy
Teaching: First Year Seminar (Don't Worry, Be Happy), Environmental Philosophy, Business and Professional Ethics, Special Topics in Arts & Sciences (Investigating the Animal Mind), Ethics in the Life Sciences (Animal Ethics), Introduction to Women's Studies
Curriculum Design: Distance Education courses including: Women in Contemporary Canada, Communications Perspectives
Teaching: Reading and Writing Effectively, Ethical Issues in Media, Communication, Technology and Culture, The Examined Life, Ethics and Values in Business, Globalization and the Media, Power, Perception and the Media, Thesis Studies I and II
Curriculum Design: Distance Education courses including: The Environment, Environmental Ethics, Environmental Policy and Economics, Business Ethics
Teaching (sample of courses): Ethical Issues, Philosophy of Love and Sex, Globalization, Ethics and Moral Theory, Conspiracy Theories and Critical Thinking, Justice, Equality and Rights, The Good Life