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Every student learns differently. In my role as a classroom educator, I have learned how to identify students’ unique skill sets and use this information to help students meet with success. My goal is to challenge every student so that they become confident and independent learners.

In my seven years with the Toronto District School Board, I have had the opportunity to work with a diverse range of students in communities all over the city. My experience includes the Gifted Program (6-8), Model Schools for Inner Cities, Developmental Disabilities, digital literacy, and school librarian.

Today’s students have quick access to an abundance of information. My role as an educator is to teach students how to find and use this information effectively to solve problems. I integrate problem-based learning and STEAM into my teaching to help students solve problems using a multi-dimensional approach.

I graduated from McGill University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. In 2014, I completed my Bachelor of Education at Lakehead University – Orillia. I’m currently an elementary school teacher at Forest Hill Junior and Senior Public School.

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