Teacher Programs Educators
All AGO Teacher Programs are led by experienced professional educators with years of teaching experience in classrooms, art galleries, and museums.
Stéphanie Corriveau is an Education Officer, Children and Youth at the AGO. She works within the AGO's highly dynamic environment to deliver guided tours, artmaking workshops, and adult courses in French and English. Prior to this position, she managed the educational project Community Art Laboratory at the Foreman Art Gallery of Bishop's University in Sherbrooke, Québec. She has taught several sessions of the course Parlons Art at the Alliance Française de Toronto (AFT) and is currently the Project Manager, Children and Youth, at the French Book Fair of Toronto. Stéphanie has a MA in Museum Studies and a BA in Art History.
Wendy Ng, OCT, is the Coordinator of Elementary School and Teacher Programs at the AGO. In this role, Wendy is responsible for researching, developing, implementing, and evaluating learner-centred programming for K-8 students including guided tours, artmaking workshops, self-guided resources, and virtual visits. In addition, Wendy oversees professional learning programs for teachers including guided tours, workshops, and events. Wendy is passionate about education in free-choice learning environments and is committed to increasing diversity and equity through programming in museums and galleries. As a former classroom teacher in East London, UK, Wendy has previously worked at the National Gallery of Art and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, and the Science Museum in London. She holds a BFA and BEd from York University and a MAT in Museum Education from George Washington University.
Bob Phillips, OCT, is an Education Officer, Teacher Programs at the AGO with over 32 years of teaching experience in public education. Bob has been a board member with the Ontario Art Education Association since 1987, and has served as its President and Honorary President. In addition, he was a sessional professor in the Art & Art History program, University of Toronto at Mississauga and Sheridan College; he taught preservice and inservice elementary and secondary teachers at OISE, University of Toronto; has written and consulted on local and provincial curriculum; and facilitated numerous workshops in Ontario schools, art galleries, and at conferences across Canada. Bob's creative passions are printmaking, acrylic painting, and drawing, as well as stage design, film, and collecting contemporary ceramic teapots; his education research and writing interests include visuality and visual culture, social justice and queer pedagogy, assessment and evaluation practices, and approaches to interpretation. Bob has an MA in curriculum studies (Toronto).