Suzanne Marie

Hello! This is my little corner of the Internet, where I showcase my teaching portfolio, talk about teaching strategies, lesson planning, and more!

Living My Legacy

If you are a reflective educator looking for creative ways to engage your students in meaningful learning experiences, you have landed in the right spot. I have been teaching for 22+ years and have a plethora of information waiting for you.

I have had the opportunity to work with youth and adults of all ages and abilities the last 22+ years as a consultant for professional development training and a college professor for curriculum writing and teaching. I taught and wrote college level and university transfer credit post secondary courses in Canada which were delivered in face to face classrooms and online. This includes English as a Second Language (ESL) learning environments with learners from around the world.

Lifelong learning is important to me. I am currently enrolled in the Master’s of Education, Teaching Multilingual Learners at Moreland University at Washington, D.C. This site will showcase the work I am doing as well as previous works related to education. You will find teaching resources like lesson plans, video demonstrations, theoretical teaching models, and more!

I will be blogging weekly to share my experiences and growing edges of my learning with you. My goal is to create a community for educators who have a passion for making a difference.

Please comment and share your thoughts and ideas to help nurture and grow our teaching practice.

What People Say

I have learned and will take these tools I learned today in my professional and personal life. Fantastic Suzanne & I will follow up.

Emily K. , College Instructor

Great energy, personable, easy to relate, shared great knowledge.

Christopher P. , High School Teacher

Very dynamic – research-based and practical! Loved your authenticity and ease! Thanks for the growth piece.

Gwen Z. , Elementary School Teacher

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