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Mary-Anne Neal
  • Victoria, BC
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Subject area expertise
English, ESL, Adult Basic Education, Leadership, Communication, Customer Service, Office Etiquette, Management, Marketing
Grade level(s) taught
grades 1 to 3, grades 4 to 6, grade 7, grade 8, grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12, post secondary, adult education
Present status
Certified/Licensed Educator
Language(s) you can instruct in
Number of years teaching experience
greater than 20
Skills & Interests
writing (about engaging students)
presenting (inspirational workshops)
facilitating (chairing meetings, reaching consensus)
reading (everything)
water sports (swimming, waterskiing)
coaching (volleyball, basketball, badminton, downhill skiing)
downhill skiing (racing)
If you have done work internationally, where and in what capacity?
remote community in the NorthWest Territories in Canada
Kenya, 2009: Naivasha district (Gilgil), Laikipia district (Nanyuki)
Facilitating professional development workshops for and with the teachers
If you are willing to volunteer, in what area(s):
curriculum development, evaluation measurements, fund-raising, marketing, membership outreach, mentor teaching, organisational partnerships, workshop facilitation
How did you hear about us and a few words why you want to join EBB:
I supported Carolanne Oswald in her experience with TWB last summer (08). Working with teachers and students in Africa is something I have wanted to do since I was 12 years old.
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Education in Africa (musings)

Working with teachers in Kenya brought home the reality that education is the only way out of poverty. Kenyan people are bright (they speak at least three languages), hard-working (small children rise at the crack of dawn to walk an hour or more to school) and highly spiritual (they believe that life is fundamentally good). They continue to smile broadly and study hard despite their circumstances. They are optimistic about the future. Drought, famine and large class sizes (+100 per teacher, in… Continue

Posted on August 26, 2009 at 14:50 — 1 Comment

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At 21:33 on April 20, 2011, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
Dear Mary-Anne,
Thank you for your response. I think the training went excellent. Could you plz. add me on skype? govinda.prasad.panthy1 is my skype id and want to talk more about my school andn school students and teachers. I hope you love to explore the world more and more
And if possible, make more links to us so that we can get help from people like u
At 7:34 on March 14, 2011, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
Hello Mary, could you plz. email me for further sharing? I want to learn about your country, culture and your job.
At 11:28 on December 16, 2009, Pamela z. Budaza said…
HI Mary-Anne just cannot believe when you busy you forget about comp and still busy with workshop about school safety ,involve first aid and fire.We just closed school on 11 December but stil with learners on the workshop.Reading been difficult get tired marking and 42 learners in class ,teaching 9 classes
At 4:05 on October 29, 2009, benson m. karumba said…
we are now recieving agood amount of rain .Almost all maasai cows are dead due to the drought
good day
At 12:58 on October 10, 2009, Pamela z. Budaza said…
hallo Mary Anne no not reading that book most of my time like to read spiritual books at the moment reading book about temperament spirit controlled by tim lahaye make me understand more that we are different sorry internet problem
At 17:23 on September 17, 2009, Pamela z. Budaza said…
hallo Mary-Anne are you online?
At 17:17 on September 17, 2009, Pamela z. Budaza said…
hi Mary-Anne Neal inviting you to be my friend
At 2:14 on September 16, 2009, benson m. karumba said…
having worked with you was a great inspiration.i would wish to know how i can download teaching materials and others the website .,have agood day and say high ti your family
At 16:59 on September 10, 2009, Brenda Michelle Koch said…
Hi, my name is Brenda. I just joined this site and I saw that you are in BC too so I thought I would introduce myself.


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