Carolyn Crang

Carolyn Crang

Master Lecturer

School of Education

Biography

Carolyn has enjoyed teaching students in elementary, secondary and post-secondary education for over 25 years.  She taught for the former Sudbury Board of Education, currently the Rainbow DSB, and then ventured to Calgary where she worked in elementary and secondary schools teaching Health, Physical Education, English and Leadership classes.  She joined the Laurentian University School of Education in 2005 as the Pre-Practicum Placement Assistant, arranging all undergraduate placements.  In 2010 Carolyn began teaching in the School of Education and has taught Health and Physical Education as well as Instructional Strategies since then.  Her involvement with teacher candidates who bring their enthusiasm and desire to develop healthy, engaged and happy students is a highlight of her job.

Education

  • Master of Education, University of Calgary, 1996
  • Bachelor of Physical Education, McMaster University, 1989
  • Bachelof of Education, University of Ottawa, 1987
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Ottawa, 1986
  • Ontario College of Teachers, Intermediate/Senior divisions, English and Physical and Health Education, 1987

Academic Appointments

Master Lecturer

Awards