Education Monsters was created by the passionate teacher with a Neuroscience background to thrive in the non-traditional methods of teachings. We encourage educators, parents and conscious change-makers to question our multi-cultural education to improve our education system through:
A blog giving positive advices on every day educational upbringing
An intimate podcast with francophone and anglophone guests who talk about their multi-cultural education
Tutoring and educational coaching in French/English
Educated in 3 countries
Non-stop learner seeking to teach
I created Education Monsters in 2020 during the famous pandemic. Before this, I taught Math, French and English for 4 years to all sorts of people, from privileged kids and underserved communities while incessantly questioning how and why we learn. I graduated with a Bachelor's in Psychology and Neuroscience, and a Master's degree in Neuroscience from McGill University.
I worked for big pharma companies as a researcher to understand how the brain works and to save patients down the road. Research taught me a lot about patience, communication and thinking outside the box, but it was the teaching and the seminars that got me excited.
My time as a scientist ended due to budget cuts in the middle of the pandemic and I needed to refocus my career. So, I created the Education Monsters website to express my voice on a blog and podcast.
Three years ago, I started online teaching as a side hustle to help people around the world reach fluency in French and English. I loved the flexibility of choosing your own rate, availability and geographical set up that I would like to promote such a balanced place for independent minded people.
Sharing my tricks and tips on my blog and podcast as a low-key teacher increased my motivation. Since then, I’d like to encourage other people to teach online and have the confidence to share their knowledge. Anyone in the world has something to share to one another, so let’s build this unstoppable community altogether!
When you think you’ve been thrown off balance by a loss, it’s actually an opportunity for you to get up and learn.
Are you ready to learn to teach and teach to learn?
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