I believe we learn the most from questions we can't answer.
Everything ends with a goal. I like to make sure that I know where I am going, and where I want to take my students.
Smart classrooms; accelerated learning. Using VR technology and robotics to turn the classroom into a whole-body experience.
I understand that I am not perfect. But I also understand that I can grow, and be vulnerable enough to share this growth.
Being so interested in learning, I often create for my practice as well as for my own desire for knowledge base.
Learning is more than just knowledge. I aim to teach my students how to develop their own unique identities as individuals.
As the world becomes more global, communication is more important. Speaking Mandarin allows me to interact with more of my students as well as understand their culture and the challenges that come long with it.
Masters of Educational Technology
University of University Columbia
Bachelor of Education
Professional Linking Program
Simon Fraser University
Bachelor's of Arts
Thompson Rivers University - March 2016
Teaching English as a Second Language Certificate
Douglas College - August 2013
Provincial Resource Program for Autism and Related Disorders (POPARD) Certificate
SD43 - March 2016