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Across Canada, over 30 experienced educators have and are currently supporting by reviewing resources and sharing their energy, enthusiasm, and experience.

Deborah Miller

Deborah Miller retired from teaching in 2017 after 33 years of teaching as a teacher and teacher librarian in the French Immersion program. She is married, has two daughters, and spends her leisure time reading and running. She enjoys spending her summer in Pinawa surrounded by the forest, wildlife and the incredible natural beauty of the area.

Lori Ward

Originally from Northern New Brunswick, Lori completed Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Physical Education degrees from Dalhousie University.  She has experience in both the private and public school systems during her 16 years of teaching.  She has taught grades 3 through 8 to French Immersion students and was a Math specialist at the Grade 5 level.  She completed her Masters in Education at the University of New Brunswick in 2008 and she is currently the Acting Vice-Principal at a K-4 school in Moncton.  In her free time, Lori enjoys travelling with her husband and the challenge of running half-marathons.

Jim Petrie

Jim has spent 26 years in the public school system as a teacher and department head. Since leaving the classroom he has served as Director of the New Brunswick Global Education Project, New Brunswick Director of Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), Consultant for CRB Heritage Project, Consultant for the Global Classroom Initiative (GCI), Consultant for Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF), Assessor for the Canadian Heritage Program, Lecturer in UNB Faculty of Education and Chair of UNICEF New Brunswick. Jim has contributed to curriculum development in both New Brunswick and the Atlantic Provinces and has helped shape much of the social studies curriculum provincially and regionally. He has participated in a number of study groups including the Holocaust and Hope Study Tour of Germany, Poland, and Israel, the Keizai Koho Study Tour of Japan, the NATO Study Tour of France and Belgium, the United States Peace Institute in Washington and the International Development and Research Council Costa Rica Study Tour.

Lyne Allain

Lyne Allain has 14 years teaching experience with the Anglophone East School District in Moncton, NB. Lyne has worked primarily as a High School French Immersion Math and Science teacher. She has also been an Education Support Teacher in STEM where she shared her love for all things Math and Science with other teachers. Lyne is always ready to try new things in her classroom and loves bringing in new technology to make Math and Science more interesting for students. Recently, Lyne became a mom to two beautiful boys who almost share a birthday one year apart. They definitely keep her on her toes. When her boys are napping, she can usually be found reading a good book, playing fetch with her puppies, or relaxing with a good coffee.


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