Geraldine Lyn-Piluso

Faculty, Education Program
Residency Site: Plainfield VT



EdD in Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
MA in Women’s Studies and Psychology, Goddard College
BA in Education and Psychology, Goddard College

Personal Statement

My experiences in teaching span from the early years, elementary, middle, and high schools, to college and university. This includes public and private settings plus a stint as a de-schooling parent. My teaching and research interests include reflective practice, applied philosophy, the notion of emancipatory relationships, and the radical potential of care. I have been a faculty member at Goddard College since 1990. At Seneca College, I teach courses in curriculum theory, interpersonal communication, philosophy of education, and anti-bias education. My personal interests lie in health and fitness. I am a certified Spinning instructor and personal trainer. I am always interested in pushing the envelope with my fitness and my learning and have recently addressed both by learning various kinds of dance. I am a volunteer coach and I am a board member at a progressive school in Toronto. I am the mother of two daughters and realize that parenting is, for me, a place where one can accomplish far-reaching, radical feats.