Craig P. Noels

Craig P. Noels

Lecturer, Academic Writing Skills

Department of Literature, Languages, Writing, and Humanities



  • Academic Writing Skills Workshop
  • Academic Communication Skills
  • Academic Writing Skills
  • Masters Workshop in Academic Communication Skills


  • Teaching and Learning
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Educational Leadership, Diversity, Curriculum Design, and Instructional Practices
  • Psychological Foundations of Education


  • BA, University of Western Ontario
  • Post-Graduate Diploma, Humber College
  • TESL Diploma, Co-operative of Languages and Cultural Studies
  • MEd, William Howard Taft University

Academic Profile

Craig Noels, Full-Time Lecturer was born and raised in London, Ontario, Canada. Craig Noels has a BA in Sociology, a Post-graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management, a T.E.S.L Diploma, and a Master of Education (M.E.d). Prior to coming to FDU Craig taught in South Korea, Thailand, and Taiwan before settling in Japan for over fifteen years. Craig taught various English courses at three prominent universities in Hiroshima, Japan. He has written two textbooks for beginner to intermediate level English as a second language students that are still being used in Japanese schools today. To contact Craig you can email him at or call him at 604-379-5321.

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