I became a Technology Coach because I am passionate about empowering students and ensuring that all students are receiving an equal education and have access to the curriculum, as every child has the right to learn and to receive a high quality education. I believe that all children are unique and learn differently. When addressing learner diversity and different learning styles, providing access to and integrating technology in all subject areas, enhances student learning and increases student: engagement, motivation, self-confidence, independence, and sets students up for success.
Working for LEARNstyle, I am privileged to provide support to a variety of learners. I am committed to building positive teacher-student relationships, meeting students where they are in their learning, promote perseverance, encourage students to develop their strengths, help students believe in themselves, and set and achieve their academic goals. I strive to make my students’ time with me fun and engaging, and hope to inspire and cultivate a love of learning.
My passion is to help children grow, reach their full potential, achieve their academic goals, and to succeed. I am dedicated to bringing out the best in my students and set them up for success. I strive to make my students’ time with me educational and fun, for fun is fundamental in one’s motivation to learn.
Favourite Type of Music
My favourite genres of music are R&B/Soul, Neo Soul and Jazz. A passion of mine is singing and I love music. Since the age of 15, I have been in personal pursuit taking private vocal lessons, to reach my full potential and hone my craft – just for the love of music.
Food for the Family
I enjoy cooking and baking for my family. Recently, I tried making strawberry shortcake scones, after craving my favourite scones, spinach and feta scones are my absolute favourite!
Trying New Things
Me as Soupy Sue, from the musical satire, Urinetown.
More about me.
This is a proud moment in my life. I’ve always loved to sing, but have stage fright. When I worked for the a school board, I conquered my fear, auditioned and participated in the Staff Arts’ annual musical, Urinetown. I played the role of Soupy Sue. I acted, danced, and sang on stage for audiences, which I had never done before. It was exhilarating!
“Keep learning. Be an avid learner who seeks out ongoing training and supervision to further and hone my skills so that I may offer more to my students.”
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