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L E A D E R S H I P

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2018-Present: Assistant Professor of Social Work

Faculty of Community Services, Ryerson University

2020-Present: Instructor

Social Service Worker Program, First Nations Technical Institute

2021-Present: OPSEU Instructor 

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

George Brown College

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2018-Present: CUPE Instructor 

Department of Social Work, Trent University

2017-2018: CUPE Instructor 

School of Social Work

Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University.

Faculty of Community Services, Ryerson University

2017-2018: CUPE Instructor 

School of Community Services

Seneca College

2017: OPSEU Instructor 

School of Community and Social Services

George Brown College

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

 

2019-Present: Academic Coordinator

Certificate in Indigenous Knowledge and Experiences

Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University

2020-Present: Course Coordinator

SWP 435: Indigenous Approaches to Social Work Practice

School of Social Work, Ryerson University

2021-Present: Course Coordinator

SWP 301: Decolonizing Anti-Oppression Practice

School of Social Work, Ryerson University

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W H A T   P E O P L E   A R E   S A Y I N G​

Shane is a respectful and diligent educator. He uses humility, humour, and experiential learning to engage students and ‘bring them on a transformative journey’. The students were engaged, open, and active learners. Rather than relying on slides and stand-up lecturing, Shane facilitated a circle format and used ‘hooks’ to engage them in the discussion and enable their own learning. I have no doubt that Shane will only grow stronger in his role as an outstanding educator – it was a pleasure to be in his classroom!

Faculty Member 

Shane is a lovely instructor who wants all of his students to succeed in his class. He is more than helpful when explaining expectations from the class on assignments and provides constructive feedback that can be used in order to better ourselves when the next assignment becomes due. This course [SWP435: Aboriginal Approaches to Social Work Practice) is a perfect way to integrate other knowledges into the social work profession and prepares students to work in the field with clients who identify as Indigenous

Undergraduate Social Work Student

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T E A C H I N G

GRADUATE

Indigenous Knowledges in Social Work (SK8208)

UNDERGRADUATE

Foundations to Social Work II (CVSW15B)

Preparing for Social Work Practice (SWP201)

Decolonizing Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice (SWP301)

Aboriginal Approaches to Social Work Practice (SWP435)

Spirituality in the Helping Professions (SWP930)

Social Work Field Education Placement (SWRK3001Y)

CERTIFICATE & COLLEGE

Aboriginal Peoples, Politics, and Reconciliation (CINT910)

Aboriginal Knowledges in Practice (CVSW932)

Canada’s Story: An Aboriginal Perspective (CINT923)

Introduction to Aboriginal Worldviews (CINT922)

Canada’s First People (CVSW15A)

Canada’s First People (CLT100)

Foundations of Sociology (SOC100)

Introduction to SSW Practice I (SSW101)

Introduction to Social Work Practice II (SSW104)

Family Dynamics (HPP155)

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