Susan E. Elliott-Johns, PhD

Faculty Member

Susan E. Elliott-Johns holds a BEd (Honours) from the University of London and MEd and PhD degrees from McGill University (Curriculum and Instruction). Following a successful career in teaching, consulting, and school administration, she developed and taught courses in teacher education (BEd) and interdisciplinary graduate studies (MEd and PhD) at Nipissing University (2006-2021), including the supervision of numerous theses and dissertations. Dr. Elliott-Johns joined Yorkville University as a part-time member of graduate faculty in February 2018. In her leisure time, Dr. Elliott-Johns enjoys reading (particularly novels, biographies, autobiographies, and poetry), writing, walking, gardening, and traveling.

Scholarly research interests focus primarily on critical qualitative inquiry and include pedagogy and praxis for contemporary adult education, reflexive inquiry, and responsive approaches to graduate education.