Associate Director, CTSI
Megan Burnett, MA, PhD (ABD)
Megan Burnett began her time at the University of Toronto as a PhD Candidate in the Department of French. Over the span of 10 years, she taught as a TA, Course Instructor and sessional instructor. She then coordinated the TATP, overseeing a team of 15 graduate student peer trainers and a Curriculum Developer. In her role as Assistant Director of the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation, Megan provided support to faculty members working with TAs as well as guidance to those faculty members preparing teaching dossiers for tenure or promotion, or seeking to design/re-design courses or assignments. Megan routinely lead sessions on lesson planning, documenting your teaching and active learning for both the CTSI and TATP Workshop Series and co-facilitated the annual CTSI Course Design Institute. Nationally, Megan collaborates with colleagues across Canada on issues related to faculty and graduate student professional development. She is founder and Past Chair of a special interest group within the Society for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education that focuses on TA and graduate student development.