- Saskatoon SK
- 1 (306) 260-7263
- [email protected]
Passion, creativity, problem solving, prototyping, failure, production, and distribution are all skills that students need to succeed in our ever-changing Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector. Students need theoretical knowledge, an opportunity to access mentors, apply practical experience to foster curiosity, passion and exposure in ICT careers and to prepare themselves for the opportunities of tomorrow. For years we have heard that students are entering a workforce where they do not know what jobs will be available or training they will need.
I have spent the past eighteen years as an educator learning, teaching, and training others how to integrate technology into their lives in a meaningful way. I try to spark passion in my students, to see their eyes light up when they get really excited. I am successful when they experiment with their task in new and creative ways that they developed on their own. Through this I foster a learning environment that develops passionate, smart students who are driven enough to manage themselves to create a product that they are proud to share with the world.
As an Apple Acknowledged Trainer I deliver professional development to classes, schools, or divisions. The training covers topics such as best practices for using and deploying computers or mobile devices, how to create and publish educational material, to making all learning material accessible for all learners.
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