Profile page for: Elizabeth Sloat | UNB

Elizabeth Sloat

Professor

PhD

Education, Faculty of

Marshall d'Avray Hall 305

Fredericton

esloat@unb.ca
1 506 453 3502



Education

  • PhD, McGill University
  • MEd, McGill University
  • BEd University of New Brunswick

Key areas of interest

  • Skill development in reading, writing, and speaking
  • Teacher Education Research
  • Curriculum planning and implementation
  • Education across the life span
  • Teaching methods
  • Research methods
  • Program evaluation
  • Language and literacy instruction

UNB teaching

  • 5353: Teaching Secondary English I, 1999-2011
  • 5354: Teaching Secondary English II, 1999-2011
  • 4355: Literacy Learning in the Middle School, 1999
  • 5352: Process in Composition, 1992, 1993

McGill teaching

  • Effective Written Communication (5 semesters), 1990-1991
  • Language Arts, 1992
  • Issues in Education, 1989

UNB graduate teaching

  • 6111: Writing and Publishing in Education, 2012
  • 6109: Writing to Learn in the Content Areas, 2011
  • 6101: Curriculum Development, 2010-2011
  • 6901: Doctoral Seminar, 2008-2009
  • 6106: Seminar In Teaching and Learning, 2008-2009
  • 6102: Introduction to Research Methods, 2003-2004
  • 6101: Curriculum Development (Lecturer), 1992-1998
  • 5161: Curriculum Theory (Lecturer), 1992-1998
  • 5104: Children's Literature, 1991

Practicum/professional mentoring

Doctoral, Masters, Thesis/Project, Master's Course Route, PhD Committees, Masters Committees, Committee Chair or Examiner, Comprehensives Examiner, Independent Course Study Supervisor, Graduate Supervision Since 1998

Professional practice, committees, and volunteer work

  • UNB's Cochrane Site Chair
  • NB Department of Education Elementary Literacy Committee
  • Faculty and University level search committees
  • Reviewer for a range of peer-review journal submissions
  • Reviewer for The Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems (MITACS/ACCELERATE) Funding
  • Reviewer for HRDC/StatsCan Access to Research Data Centre Program