Dr. Kelly Bronson

Marcea Ingersoll

School of Education

BA (STU), BEd, MEd, PhD (Queens)

Assistant Professor


Marcea is a Maritimer by birth, a teacher by profession, and a learner at heart. For over twenty years, she has taught in British, American, and Canadian curriculum contexts. Since her undergraduate degree at STU, she has taught culturally and linguistically diverse learners from more than 30 different nationalities on three continents. She has a passion for English Language Arts and Literature at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, and has worked with pre-service teachers and students in Canada, Malaysia, and Morocco.

Immediately prior to returning to St. Thomas, Marcea taught Intermediate-Senior English Methods, Educators Abroad, and Critical Issues and Exceptionalities in Education courses at Queen’s University and was a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Participatory Cultures Lab at McGill University. Building on her experiences as a teacher and a teacher-educator, Marcea’s scholarly work is situated at the crossroads of these interests: international schools and their communities, narrative inquiry, and literacy education at Canadian schools and around the globe.