Artina Voz

Course Director

Biography

 

Artina Voz is a Course Director in the Faculty of Education. She holds a Doctor of Education degree in Leadership and Management from Capella University (MS, USA) with research interests in innovation and change in the classroom. Prior to teaching at Glendon Campus, she taught at Laurentian University (Sudbury) and in elementary and secondary schools with the CSPGNO, a French-language public school board in northern-Ontario.   Dr. Voz has presented on the topics of the ethical use of technology in education, the human element in contemporary learning environments, precarity specific to visual arts students, and social and cultural realities of teaching and learning.

Courses Taught

  • Content Into Practice (ED/EDFE 3200)
  • Integration Through Arts (ED/EDIN 4000)

Selected Presentations

  • Voz, Artina Painting Precarity. Presented at: Precarious Bodies, Contemporary Issues and Interdisciplinary Connections Conference, Sudbury, Ontario.
  • Voz, Artina Painting the Human Element. Presented at: 11th International Conference of the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education, Sudbury, Ontario.
  • Voz, Artina Paulette Gagnon : Le rideau tombe. Presented at: Colloque Littéraires, intellecturelles et militantes : engagement des femmes dans l’institutionnalisation de la francophonie canadienne (CRCCF), Ottawa, Ontario.