Ryan Banow joined the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning team in 2012. His passion lies in supporting others in using learning technologies to improve student learning. He has completed an M.Ed. (Educational Technology and Design), a B.Sc. (Math), and a B.Ed. (Secondary Math and Physics).
In his current role at the Gwenna Moss Centre, he is coordinating educational development around the use of technology (e.g., Canvas, Poll Everywhere, Panopto, etc.) to support teaching and learning, supporting the development of USask’s micro-credential offerings, and supporting the development and use of outcomes-based assessment, including designing modules that advance the professional skills of graduate students.
In addition to his role at the GMCTL, he often teaches undergraduate courses in the College of Education. As well, he spent a year doing program development for Edwards School of Business.