Louise Cornell


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Louise Cornell

Professor Emerita,  Education

B.Ed., Ph.D. McGill University, 1962, M.A., 1974,  1982
Diploma Regent College, 1976
M.Div. Providence Theological Seminary, 1998
Testamur in Anglican Studies St. John's College, University of Manitoba, Fall 1998

Contact Information

Teaching Fields

Issues in Canadian Education
General Methods in Education
Educational Philosophy
Educational Psychology
Foundations of Christian Education
Principles of Teaching and Learning
Educational Program of the Church
Leadership I and II (Principles and Problems)
Counselling I: Introduction
Homiletics I and II (Introduction and Advanced)

Professional Experience

1994 - Present: Providence University College, Faculty
1981 - 1994: CEGEP John Abbott College, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, Faculty
1985 - 1987: Bishops University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Adjunct Lecturer
1972 - 1978: McGill University, Montreal, Lecturer
1969 - 1972: American School in Kuwait, Kuwait, Arabia, Teacher
1967 - 1969: Margaret Tabor County Secondary School, Braintree, Essex, England, Teacher
1964 - 1967: John Rennie High School, Pointe Claire, Quebec, Teacher
1962 - 1964: Saguenay Valley High School, Arvida, Quebec, Teacher

Professional Associations

Comparative and International Education Society of Canada


Reading political and spy novels
Adult Christian Education


Husband: Irwin
Children: 3 adult children and 2 grandchildren



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