I am a global citizen with with a quilt-work of cultural identity. I am an outdoor and experiential-learning educator who dreams of a classroom with no walls. Currently confined to small spaces in Hong Kong, I inspire my indoor teaching with a fierce passion for technological integration which can dissolve the physical confines of space. I love computers, travelling, cooking, camping, photography, scuba diving, big dogs, biology, music and more than anything else in the whole world, teaching.
Teaching in a 1:1, technology-rich, culturally diverse, internationally-minded, inquiry-based classroom is the best thing that has ever happened to me. Both personally and professionally I am always looking for ways to meet new people, learn new things and challenge myself. I am eager to share resources and collaborate with as many people as possible so please send me comments and introduce yourself!
14 Interesting Things About Me….1. Almost everyone in my family is a teacher. 2. I once was a birthing partner and helped deliver my close friend’s baby. 3. I’ve never broken a single bone or needed to get stitches. 4. My favorite food is sushi. I really, really LOVE it. 5. I can speak Spanish (poquito). 6. I have been snorkeling with numerous Whale Sharks and Reef Sharks. 7. My favorite colour is RED (but sometimes I really like LIME GREEN too). 8. I climbed a glacier-capped mountain peak in South America that is 5,300 meters above sea level 9. I love to SCUBA dive and am a certified advanced open-water diver. 10. I am 32 years old. 11. I have an irrational fear of electricity. 12. I have lived on 4 continents, in 6 countries, and countless cities (and visited many others places too). 13. My mother is Canadian and my father is Jamaican. 14. My favorite number is…. you guessed it, 14.