Elisa Sance, MA
Elisa Sance is an Instructional Designer with the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning at the University of Maine.
Elisa holds a M.A. in French with a concentration in North American French from the University of Maine, a B.A. in Archival Sciences and a B.A. in International Business and Languages, both from the University of Angers, France. She is currently a candidate for a Ph.D. in Canadian-American history at the University of Maine. Her research focuses on the establishment of the public school system at the end of the nineteenth century in Maine and New Brunswick and its impact on minority communities.
During her gap year as Teaching Assistant at the University of Maine at Farmington, Elisa took a special interest in pedagogy and universal design. She strives to help educators to find ways to teach and to deliver content to their increasingly diverse audience.
Elisa has taught classes at the University of Maine in French and in History.