Je viens du Québec au Canada et je suis francophone.
Je suis professeure en Techniques de bureautique au niveau collégial et j'y enseigne l'utilisation de divers logiciels de la gamme Office, le français au bureau de même que l'exploitation des compétences en milieu de stage.
Je m'intéresse particulièrement à la pédagogie inversée "the flipped classroom" et à l'utilisation d'Internet sous l'angle de la pédagogie.
I am a high school mathematics teacher in Southern California who absolutely loves to make math meaningful and memorable to my students. I currently teach Algebra 1 to 9th and 10th graders, and Math Analysis Honors to 11th and 12th graders. I teach using a "Flipped Classroom" model, where my students receive instruction at home via video and then come to class ready to discuss, think and work together, and solve problems. Outside of teaching, I enjoy relaxing with my husband, reading fiction, going on walks, and watching our favorite shows on Hulu.
After cutting my teeth in political campaigns, I have pursued a career in education. I earned a master's degree in education leadership and transitioned to advocacy and public affairs work in the field of education. This work has included organizing high profile events, social media campaigns and websites to support STEM education and new education policies. I have also worked with a variety of organizations to award teacher grants, student scholarships and have been a frequent participant on education committees and workgroups with the Minnesota Department of Education, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU), University of Minnesota and the National Governors Association.