Tina Gordon Tina has been teaching in Campbell River, BC. since 1996. During her career she has taught music for K-7, general classroom for K-6, and has also been the Technology Instructional Support Teacher for 12 Elementary schools. She is interested in incorporating creativity using iPads into her classroom and providing students with ongoing collaborative challenges that use a range of technology. When not teaching, Tina enjoys spending time with her family and pursuing outdoor adventures on the beautiful coast of British Columbia.
Daniel Chow For the last 10 years, Daniel has been teaching information technology, programming and film and TV from grades 8-12. He is also the network administrator at the school responsible for maintaining the computers, notebooks, servers and databases. This includes faculty tech support and in-service training for software applications. A big part of his job is managing, maintaining and integrating technology into the classroom. We currently iPads in our PE and counselling departments. Outside of school, Daniel enjoys local outdoor activities like fishing the salt.
Sean McFarlane Sean has been teaching for the past 4 years in Thunder Bay, Ontario. In his short career, he has had two Long Term Occasional contracts. He taught Grade 7 homeroom and Grade 7 & 8 Ojibwe Studies. Sean loves to incorporate technology into the classroom whenever he can. His school board invested quite a bit in Apple products so every student from K-12 has access to an iPod, iPad, or laptop. When not teaching, Sean enjoys going to camp, relaxing in a sauna, or enjoying a good hockey game.
Anne Harbottle Anne has been teaching for 14 years. She started in Ontario but moved out to Victoria, BC about 8 years ago. Anne is a Special Education Specialist which means she is always looking for ways to support all learners. Next year, she will be teaching grade 4 for two days a week and for the remaining three she will be working as a Learning Support Teacher. It will be her job to help support teachers to create UDL (Universal Design for Learning) lessons for their classrooms.