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Phoebe Kang

Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream (LTA)
Institute for the Study of University Pedagogy

Phoebe holds an M.Ed with a Curriculum Studies specialization in TESL from Brock University and is currently completing her Doctor of Education degree at OISE, University of Toronto. Her research interests and publications have been on internationalization in higher education, international students’ teaching and learning about policy issues, equity for non-native English speaking international students in Canadian higher education, equitable and inclusive curriculum, and university pedagogy.

Phoebe developed curriculum for English for Academic Purposes programs for students with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds at Brock University for over 15 years before joining ISUP in September 2022. Her teaching at Brock included a variety of programs from English language preparation programs to pre-Master’s programs in Business and Education disciplines. She has also taught in New College's International Foundations Program at the University of Toronto and at Niagara College in the School of English Language Studies.

M.Ed. (Curriculum Studies Specialization in TESL, Brock University)
B.A. (English Language Education, German Language & Literature, Pusan National University)


Current Courses
ISP010 The Basics of Writing in English (BoWiE); ISP100 Writing for University and Beyond