About:Rebecca is an Ontario Certified Teacher. She grew up in the East End of Toronto, with wanderlust to see the world. She moved to Sydney Australia, to complete her undergraduate degree at the University of Western Sydney, in Social Science, with a minor in Biology. After completing her undergraduate degree, she moved to British Columbia and worked at the Ahousaht Youth Cultural Centre, in a remote indigenous community of the coast of Vancouver Island. It was during her stay in Ahousaht that Rebecca discovered her passion for teaching and working with children and youth. Having decided to pursue her teaching career, Rebecca returned to Australia to complete a Graduate Diploma in Education at Murdoch University, specializing in Humanities and Science at the Intermediate and Senior level. Rebecca remained in Western Australia as a fully employed teacher with the Department of Education, and taught in various schools around the South West for 8 years. Rebecca taught students from grades 3-12 in the subject areas of Humanities, Science, Math, Health and Career Education as well as led and mentored students one on one to improve literacy and life skills.
Through Rebecca’s teaching experiences, she has developed a passion for assisting students to achieve their personal and academic best. Rebecca’s personalized, student centered approach to teaching enables young people to increase their skills and confidence to become active, engaged, lifelong learners and achieve their full potential. In her spare time Rebecca enjoys kickboxing, swimming and spending time with her friends and family.