Interests: Social Justice Research; Ethnography; Social Responsibility; Trauma; Alternative Education; Creative Education; Compassionate Education; Gifted Education; Cooperative Learning; Global Education; Activism; Community Development and Participation...
Skills: Html, technical and grant writing; academic writing; ethnography research assistant; drama productions; percussion; not-for-profit organizing; volunteer coordination; event planning; creative arts education; English education...
If you have done work internationally, where and in what capacity?
I've worked in the States and Canada.
If you are willing to volunteer, in what area(s):
curriculum development, digital media, researchers, technology support, workshop facilitation
How did you hear about us and a few words why you want to join EBB:
BC Teachers for Peace and Global Education.
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Hi Brenda, thanks for your message! I am working in Langley teaching English and Socials. I see you've been very active creating a community of BC-ites on TWB Canada. Do you teach global ed.? It seems as though you have a keen interest. Best of Luck!
I live in Victoria, Brenda. Where are you? If you can make it to Victoria, I am delivering a Teachers Without Borders presentation at Claremont High School on Wed Sept 30 at 7:00 pm (4980 Wesley). HOpe you can make it!
i am happy to see your comment. i am karumba benson from naivasha kenya i am a member of teachers without borders . hope we will have alot to share. i also hope one day i will have a chance to visit your country and have first hand experiance of what teachers do in your country
Thanks for the intro. I live and teach in New Westminster. You've done a great job of bringing all the BC teachers together on your y page! I have the same question as many of my colleagues: Where in BC are you, and what do you teach? Please feel free to get in touch about anything. Cheers, Carmen