Susan E. Elliott-Johns, OCT
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Susan E. Elliott-Johns is an associate professor and member of Nipissing University’s Schulich School of Education where she is a full-time teacher educator and researcher teaching pre-service and graduate education and supervising graduate students.
Her research interests and professional goals focus on research into teachers’ and teacher educators’ professional learning in contemporary contexts and the ongoing development of pedagogy and praxis.
She previously worked as a Junior Kindergarten to Grade 10 classroom teacher, literacy consultant and school administrator in schools in Ontario, Quebec, the Northwest Territories and PEI.
An active member of several professional organizations, Elliott-Johns provides leadership through workshops, conference presentations, keynotes and publications for teachers, administrators and teacher educators across Canada, Europe, the U.S. and Australia.
Her most recent book is Leadership for Change in Teacher Education: Voices of Canadian Deans of Education (2015) and she co-edited Perspectives on Transitions in Schooling and Instructional Practice (2013).
During her time on Council, she served on the Accreditation (vice-chair), Standards of Practice and Education committees.
Certified to teach in Ontario in 1989, Elliott-Johns holds a B.Ed., an M.Ed. and PhD.