|It truly is a privilege to be the Principal of the Seven Oaks Met School. I believe the Met's 3R's, "relationships, relevance, and rigor," are an ideal platform for teaching and learning to spring forth from. The innovative critical thinking skills we instil in the next generation are the ones needed to make the world a more equitable, sustainable, and democratic place. Read more...|
|My teaching experiences have taken me from Winnipeg classrooms to overseas schools and back to Winnipeg again. I am very comfortable in diverse classroom settings and love the connections I am able to make with students, parents and staff. read more ....|
|I love, love, love teaching here at the Met school! I am extremely passionate about education in general, but I have a particular passion for student-led, inquiry and project-based learning. I thrive in a school like Met, where students and staff alike collaborate to achieve the best possible opportunities for learning. My goal as an educator is to create open-minded, critical thinkers who see themselves as global citizens and lifelong learners. I strive to establish a classroom of active learners who think in the long term. read more....|
|Scott Plantje |
|I am so excited to work with the students and adviser's at the Seven Oaks Met School. The privilege of teaching here is one that I am supremely honoured to have and I aim to make my advisory a great place to be. I feel that students learn best when they can lay hands on and experience what they are learning and intend to bring that to every lesson we have. I have had a lifelong love for science, math, comic books and am generally an all-around nerd. read more....|
extremely excited and feel so lucky to begin my teaching career at the Seven
Oaks Met School, as one of the Grade 12 Advisors. As an
educator, I believe in supporting my students in cultivating a passion and
value for learning. more...
|Start September 2018|
|I graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts from the Faculty of Environmental Studies, a Bachelor of Education, and a Post-Baccalaureate in Education. Prior to teaching at the Met School, I taught in Thailand and in the Winnipeg School Division. read more ....|
|Facing the ‘real world’ after high school can be very intimidating and overwhelming for students, at least it was for me! Upon my high school graduation I thought pursuing a Bachelor of Science at the University of Manitoba would end up confirming my desires of entering a profession in healthcare, but as it turned out I became very passionate about microbiology and learning about all of the microbes that are within us and that surround us. read more ...|
I love helping young
adults to learn and have been involved in teaching and mentoring in one
capacity or another for nearly 20 years. Prior to becoming an educator, I
worked at the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) for 14
years and was a sessional instructor for the University of Winnipeg Master’s of
Development Practice program. read more ....
|I've always known my passion in life was with technology. I followed that passion through high school and into university, attaining my Bachelor of Science in computer Science from the University of Winnipeg. It wasn't until I was in the working world that I discovered that while technology was my passion, it was educating that was my calling! read more ....|
|My name is Maribeth Tabanera and I am the Learning Through Internship Coordinator (LTIC) at Seven Oaks Met School and Maples Met School. I was born and raised in the North End of Winnipeg by two wonderful parents who immigrated from the Philippines. My father was a jack-of-all-trades, but mostly a pressman. My mother was studying Teacher Education, but gave it up to help her parents and move to Canada with her husband. I grew up watching my parents work very hard to provide for our family. This inspired me to achieve my goals and make them proud. Read more…|
I've been a secretary with Seven Oaks School Division since 2007. I am excited to work at the Met School. The staff and students are amazing and it's incredible to see them in action every day.
Tell me about your family: I have 7 brothers and sisters, all but one is married. I have numerous nieces and nephews between 6 - 30 years old. I have two daughters, Devon is a graduate of Seven Oaks and University of St. Boniface, working as a nurse at Thompson MB Hospital and Tatiana is a graduate of Seven Oaks and emrolled at University of Winnipeg. My husband, Wayne, has been a courier at Fex Ed for 25 years.
What do you like to do after work? I like to read, watch movies, practise yoga, and generally just hang out at home.