BA Honors (Psychology) Simon Fraser University
MA (Educational Psychology) Simon Fraser University
Michael began his teaching career in British Columbia in the public school system. Upon completing his MA he moved to the US to pursue his PhD and then Montréal to continue his doctoral studies at McGill. Throughout this process he realized his love of teaching. He started teaching at John Abbott College in 2008 and since then has had the opportunity to conduct research, coach the cross country running team, and teach hundreds of inspiring social science students. He teaches Introduction to Psychology and The Twenty Studies that Changed Psychology. Michael is happily married, has two young daughters, and finds the West Island of Montréal an ideal location for family.
“I am thankful for having had such a rewarding experience here at John Abbott and look forward to the years ahead.”