MATH TEACHER STEVE ROSENFIELD RECEIVES AQPC AWARD

June 11, 2009

At its June meeting in Trois-Rivières, the Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale (AQPC) gave Steve Rosenfield a Mention d'honneur for 2009. He was there to receive this honour. Below is the text read out to honour him at the Awards Ceremony.


Steve Rosenfield

"Winner of Vanier College's 2007-2008 Teaching Excellence Award, Steve Rosenfield's passion for mathematics and teaching has brought innovative pedagogy to students and colleagues for over 30 years. As the recipient of numerous MELS grants, the ministry has often sought Steve's expertise in math and science education.

An extraordinary teacher, he was one of the first to develop novel course delivery systems, such as Web simulations for calculus and computer algebra systems. Student testimonials extol Steve's exceptional teaching skills: using real life examples, finding ways to make hard math problems easy, and most highly valued, instilling confidence in students."



Find out about Steve Rosenfield's 2009 Honorary Mention during the AQPC’s 29th Annual Symposium

Read the Press Release of Steve's selection as Winner of the 2007-2008 Teaching Excellence Award

Find out more about a reception held for Steve's Teaching Excellence Award and see a photo


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