My name is Karlee Scott and I am currently a grade three and four online teacher! I love the online environment and all of the tools and resources that it forces my students and I to learn each and every day!

I have worked teaching a variety of subjects from grades two – eight since I started teaching in 2019. I thought I loved working with young kids, but I haven’t had much experience with students under grade three. Now that I have such a broad understanding of technology and how to incorporate it into every life in the classroom, I feel as though I can really work to help middle years student build a strong rapport and understanding of technology.

I am just wrapping up my certificate of inclusive education and I do have another dream of becoming a student support teacher in the near future. I also have a desire to pursue a Master’s Degree in education, but I do not have a specific plan for what I would study!

Next year I am headed back to the classroom teaching middle years and I am looking forward to connecting with even more students as well as work in the community that I live in!

My mom and I at a paint nite event!

Unlike most educators, I was not set on being a teacher as a child. I had to come around to the idea. Grade 11 came around and it was getting down to crunch time to decide what I wanted to do. My mom was a teacher and growing up kids would tease me about “being smart” because my mom was a teacher. After some reflection early on in grade 11, I thought back to all of the great summer memories I had with my mom and my sister. I thought about how my mom did not miss a basketball game, a dance recital, or a track event I probably got a 10th place ribbon for, because my mom could always be there. I really hope one day I get to enjoy all of those things (and hopefully be able to help my kids with their homework) just like my mom did for me. Heavens, she still does it for me on the daily. My sister and I are both teachers now and I think it has a lot to do with all the benefits we had having a mom as a teacher!

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