The Creative Curriculum


I hope to be a passionate educator who fosters inclusivity that is focused on improving student outcomes for all students, with a strong dedication to lifelong learning.  I am committed to developing a curriculum that students are excited to engage with.  Furthermore, I will strive to develop productive partnerships with students and colleagues.  

I encourage the development of internationalism and the concept of world citizenship – subscribing to the concepts of Ubuntu – you are, therefore, I am – a concept of all in it together, working together in partnership and Kaizen – continuous improvement – develop and encourage in students and my own professional practice. Continue reading “The Creative Curriculum”

3 Creative Teaching Strategies & 3 Creative Orientation Activities

images-7The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. If something is not working, then it is broken and needs to be fixed.  Come up with something else that will work for your students.  Since teachers do not always have all of the answers.  If you are unable to find a solution to your problem, your coworkers are always there to assist and provide any necessary resources.  In addition, look at research and other teachers strategies to see what has worked for them.   Continue reading “3 Creative Teaching Strategies & 3 Creative Orientation Activities”