Klodiana Kolomitro, Ph. D
- Adjunct Assistant Professor and Educational Developer
- K7L 3N6
- Telephone: 613-533-6428
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Kolomitro is a human anatomist who, because of her strong commitment to improving students' learning experiences, went on to earn a Ph.D. in Education from OISE/University of Toronto. Believing that students learn best when course activities are relevant to their learning goals and when they feel valued as individuals, Dr. Kolomitro designs and teaches courses that allow students choice, encourage active learning, promote critical thinking and build on students’ prior knowledge and experience. To her, it is important to provide students with the necessary tools to succeed − be it in their academics, career goals or as good citizens. Her goal in teaching is to get students excited about anatomy, intrigued, and to want to know more. In her mind, this ability to discover new meanings and uncover new perspectives is where the true beauty of learning anatomy lies. Valuing students and their input, Dr. Kolomitro considers teaching to be a reflective practice; she consistently invites student feedback and adjusts her approaches according to what she sees happening with learners in the classroom.
As an Educational Developer at the Centre for Teaching and Learning, Dr. Kolomitro works closely with faculties, departments, and educators to build capacity in teaching and learning. Klodiana offers expertise, support, and resources in learning outcomes development and assessment, course and curriculum improvement, provides assistance with the cyclical program review process, and leadership in the scholarship of teaching and learning. She is a member of the Senate Cyclical Program Review Committee and the Faculty of Arts and Science Curriculum Committee. Dr. Kolomitro has been a visiting scholar in Shandong University, Shanghai University of Finance & Economics, and Northwest University for Nationalities.
Last Modified: 2015-10-25