Ever since I received my B.Sc. from Brock University, I knew that I wanted to teach mathematics. I earned my M.Sc. from the University of Manitoba and my Master of Mathematics for Teachers (M.M.T.) from the University of Waterloo. I have taught at several institutions across Winnipeg including the Canadian Mennonite University, the University of Manitoba and the International College of Manitoba. Over the last two years, I worked in a joint position with the Faculty of Education and the Department of Mathematics & Statistics, teaching mathematics for pre-service teachers. Now, as a college professor at Okanagan College, my focus is on connecting to the teaching community and developing research in mathematics education.
Capstone Project: Proof Techniques: The Uniqueness Method
Supervisor: Dr. Eric Schippers
Thesis: A Study of the Geometric and Algebraic Sewing Equations
Concentration: Pure Mathematics
Bridging Mathematics & Mathematics Education
researchED Washington, D.C.
Quizzing Software in the Mathematics Classroom
PIMS Emerging Mathematics Instructor Workshop, Winnipeg, MB
CHARGE Conference, Winnipeg, MB
MAMT Math Outside the Perimeter, Selkirk, MB
CMS Summer Conference, Charlottetown, PEI