Ellyn Lyle is intensely interested in creating spaces for learners to engage meaningfully with their studies. She is drawn to inquiries that seek to re/humanize education. Having joined the
academic community full time in 2011, she is currently Dean in the Faculty of Education. The use of critical and reflexive methodologies shape explorations within the following areas:
intersections of self and subject and their implications for teacher and learner identity; praxis and practitioner development; lived and living curriculum; and undivided ways of knowing and being.