Lindsay Baker BEd MEd

Associate Director, Curriculum Integration and Partnerships, Centre for Faculty Development
Temerty Faculty of Medicine at Unity Health Toronto
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Colin Woolf Excellence in Program Development and Coordination Award Awarded for program development and coordination of Centre for Faculty Development Stepping Stones: A Foundational Faculty Development Program

Continuing Professional Development Awards

Lindsay Baker

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Lindsay is Associate Director, Curriculum Integration & Partnerships at the Centre for Faculty Development. She has over a decade of experience in health professions education research in the context of faculty development. Lindsay brings this researcher-practitioner lens to her role as program lead (Stepping Stones, Best Practices in Education Rounds, Teaching for Transformation) and plays an integral role bridging education and research across all of CFD’s programs.

Through her work at CFD, Lindsay has established a reputation as an innovative qualitative methodologist and an award-winning educator. Her research uses constructivist and critical approaches to examine the boundaries and relations between disciplines, professions, and knowledge communities. Lindsay also integrates constructivist, transformative, and critical pedagogical approaches to education in her faculty development practice.

Quote from the Winner

Whoever teaches learns in the act of teaching, and whoever learns teaches in the act of learning.
– Paulo Freire

About the Award

The Colin R. Woolf Awards were created to recognize outstanding contributions to continuing professional development. They recognize excellence in the following categories: program development and coordination, long term contributions to continuing professional development, and sustained excellence in teaching in continuing professional development.