Julia is passionate about supporting teams to develop their practice and transform student learning. She has coached educators and departments across grade levels (from Early Years applying LTT to learning through play), in multiple disciplines, and various curriculum frameworks in English and Spanish. Julia currently lives in Colombia, working in an international school as the Head of Chemistry and is completing a Master’s in Educational Leadership at Tampere University of Applied Science in Finland.
Competencies and Interests
Currently working towards an MBA in Educational Leadership
PGCSE in Science
BSc in Chemistry
10+ years teaching Science and Chemistry (GCSE, A-Level, MYP, and DP)
Social and Emotional Learning
The Science of Learning and Human Behaviour
Professional Learning Workshops
The Power of Small Changes
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