Faculty of Education
Dr. David Booth
Lori Moccio is a Music, Dance, and Drama teacher at Jeanne Sauvé, the new French Immersion public school in the DSBN. Lori specializes in the Orff approach to music education and strives to connect the arts across the curriculum. Lori is a teacher trainer for Brock University and gives workshops for teachers in and around the Niagara Region. A passionate, energetic, and enthusiastic teacher, Lori loves sharing the Orff approach with others.
Debra Kapp, BA, HBFA, BEd, has been teaching Dance at L.B.Pearson School for the Arts, London, Ontario since 1991. L.B.Pearson is an Arts Enriched school and the Dance program is a comprehensive program. She is a graduate of York University’s Dance Program (1979). Debra is co author of “Action Pak: Dance Education Resources for Teachers”. Debra writes Dance curriculum for TVDSB and presents workshops all over on how to teach Dance in the school setting.
Yasmine is Assistant Professor of Applied Theatre & Drama in Education at Brock University’s Department of Dramatic Arts. Yasmine’s research and practice are based on understanding the conditions that provide autonomy and empowerment for marginalized communities within Theatre for Development contexts. She has worked with a variety of communities in Cairo, Egypt, and in Victoria, British Columbia. Yasmine has a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Directing and a Ph.D. in Applied Theatre.
Visual Arts Clinician
Shauna Daley is an artist and a teacher. She graduated from Brock University with an Honours degree in Visual Arts and then went on to complete her Bachelor of Education degree also at Brock. Shauna then completed her Master’s degree in Art Education with a focus on Critical/Creative Thinking and Drawing, and has worked as a Visual Arts Educator throughout the region. Shauna teaches visual art lessons underpinned with cross-curricular expectations in schools as well as therapeutic art workshops for varying groups. She also has her own art studio in Grimsby, Ontario where approximately two hundred and fifty students from the community cycle through her art programming.