Karl Rejman, MA
I have taught at Lethbridge College for over a decade, in addition to teaching a few courses for other institutions in Alberta. I began teaching a course in ethics and have been blessed to teach courses in Justice General Arts and Science, and Business. I have taught in-persona class and remote classes as well as single-day classes for community groups. I am happy to be where learners and learning is because I am a learner too.
I have been a guest speaker at a local film festival. I have taught critical thinking to new Lethbridge Police recruits. I started a successful small home-based business in 2009 called K.A.T.S. Karl’s Adaptive Technology Services.
I participated in a pilot SoTL project at Lethbridge College. I serve on a grant committee at Lethbridge College.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Philosophy, University of Lethbridge, 20010
Bachelor of Management (General), University of Lethbridge, 2001
Master of Arts (Philosophy), University of Lethbridge, 2004
Since 2010 I have presented at Lethbridge College's internal Conference currently called Camp Horizon. I have presented and co-presented at the ASSC (Alberta Services for Students Conference) on topics such as assistive technology for teaching and learning and how to create presentations (2013, 2016)