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In this one-hour presentation, Nicki Monahan, M.Ed., faculty advisor for the staff development at George Brown College in Toronto, shares a developmental approach to active learning that helps you create a comfortable environment for introverts and extroverts alike.

Nicki Monahan, MEd. is a Faculty Advisor in Staff and Organizational Development at George Brown College, Toronto, Canada. She works directly with faculty, providing training, support, and consultation to help advance the college’s strategic goal of “excellence in teaching and learning”.

Prior to her work in Faculty Development, Nicki was a faculty member in the Child & Youth Worker Program for over 15 years. With a background in Counseling Psychology, her areas of expertise include child and adolescent development and human sexuality. In her teaching practice, and in her work with faculty, Nicki embraces collaboration in creating positive learning environments and is committed to inclusive practice.

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Helping Introverts Thrive in an Active Learning Classroom