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Subject area expertise
ESL, Careers, Family Studies
Grade level(s) taught
grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
Present status
Certified/Licensed Educator
Language(s) you can instruct in
English, French, Hungarian
Number of years teaching experience
Skills & Interests
Global Education
Social Justice
Genocide Education
If you have done work internationally, where and in what capacity?
Kenya, Ghana, Rwanda, jAMAICA
If you are willing to volunteer, in what area(s):
curriculum development, marketing, membership outreach, mentor teaching, TWB on Campus, workshop facilitation
How did you hear about us and a few words why you want to join EBB:
I heard about TWB from a friend on Facebook. I would like to network with teachers around the world. I have a special interest in networking with colleagues in Rwanda, as I have just returned from a two and a half week, life-changing visit.

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At 17:26 on June 6, 2011, World Class Schools said…



World Class Schools- Brings You Some Wonderful Video Conferences


World Class Schools has been working with the Austin, Texas YMCA for the past several years- bringing video conferencing to schools all over the world. Now, it is about to go International. Please

look at this video to see how it works. It is free and allows your YMCA to compete with others from all over the world. YMCA Mock Trial Sample Video


If you are interested please pass this along to schools in your area. To join please Sign Up Here



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