Rebecca Gulka is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) and got her teaching qualifications (B. Ed) from Trent University in Canada. In her 13th year of teaching bilingual and second language learners, Rebecca’s teaching style has been shaped by her international experience.
At Teaching With Class, we believe in real world learning experiences and social connections. Students will learn through talking, reading, and writing – not through tests, memorisation, or grades. We will make authentic, real connections to each other, to our texts, and to the world to build knowledge, confidence, skills, and mastery of English communication.
Children are smart and capable. Their classes should reflect that, and meet them there. At Teaching with Class, our expectations will be high, and your children will rise to meet them.
At Teaching With Class, we meet every child where they are, and raise them up. Classes will be full of conversation and discussion, questions and opinions, and authentic problems. Every students’ voice will be heard, and our learning community will be respectful, intelligent, and inclusive. No more lectures or worksheets – students will dive into texts to create meaning by making connections, talking to each other, and producing interesting writing pieces.