About Me

My name is Chris. I am a High School Math Teacher in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Working for a School Board. I am an Educator who is passionate about Educational Technology and Digital Citizenship.

I have been teaching since 2006 when I graduated from the University of Southampton with a Secondary ICT PGCE. My Degree is in Computer Science. I taught ICT in the UK for 5 years, in Suffolk, and worked as Head of Department and Manager of Branding and Marketing Strategies at the school. I moved to Quebec in 2011. Since then I have been teaching High School Math. I am a Google for Education Trainer, Innovator, GEG Montreal Leader, GEG Canada Leader and am heavily involved in the implementation and adoption of GSuite for Education in our school board. I am also a member of the Remind Teachers Advisory Board.

I am also a frequent speaker at events and conferences. I can be found as a Spotlight Speaker at EdTechTeam events across North America, as a Bootcamp facilitator and as an Event Lead for EdTechTeam Canada.



3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. akuehleuropeanadventure says:

    Hi, I saw your post about Awesome Table, and I think we’re attempting to do some very similar things. Can you get in touch with me by email j.kuehl@macs.k12.wi.us so we can talk about what you’re doing. I have the same question about looking at the data longitudinally, and I have a few things that I can’t figure out with Awesome Table. You seem to have the coding knowledge to help me pull off what I’m looking to do. Sorry to reply this way, but I couldn’t figure out how to reply to your post on Google+. Thanks!

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