Teaching & Research Interests
Sarah Sinclair holds an Honours BA with high Distinction (U of T) and an MA in English Literature (UWO), as well as TESL Ontario accreditation as an educator of adult second-language students.
Sarah joined the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in January 2012 after 6 years of teaching at the post-secondary level. Sarah currently teaches communications and literary studies at Sheridan and is consistently inspired by the passion her students bring to the classroom. She is actively involved in curriculum renewal and the innovative use of technology to support students within and beyond the classroom.
In 2013, Sarah took on the role of Coordinator of General Education Electives at Sheridan and President of the Durham chapter of TESL Ontario. She looks forward to sharing her own passion for literature and learning with the Sheridan community in the years to come.
- The scholarship of teaching and learning
- Exploring perceptions and literary depictions of emasculated masculinity in the suburban context of 1890s London