Our collaborative model enables students from across our partner schools to access the very best teachers in each subject area. Our courses run alongside the partnering schools’ own courses, allowing students to work together effectively and constructively. Teachers offer a level of support not available with other online courses, and a member of the faculty at each student’s own school also has responsibility for monitoring progress.
We allow schools to offer much greater flexibility to their students, and enable students to develop new learning skills which will be essential in the developing world of education and in a fast changing job market.
Dan completed his education at the University of Leeds in the UK with a Bachelor of Science, Honours Mathematics in 1995, followed by a Post-‐ Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) in 1996. He was a recipient of the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Applaud an Educator Award in 2007.
Before coming to Canada in 2006, Dan taught mathematics in the UK and in international schools in Africa. He has a passion for equity of access for education and sees the online environment as a solution to providing diverse learning opportunities for all students.
For his first three years in Canada, Dan taught math and science at the high school level in London, Ontario. Over the last four years, he has worked in curriculum leadership and management roles at two online schools.
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