BSc, PGCE, MSc.
As a Microsoft
expert educator I will help to improve student achievement by using technology to redesign
the learning experience and to reform education by bringing
positive change to the teaching-learning environment. The insights proposed are
The formulation of and adherence to an implementation plan. Like any project,
technology integration needs to be properly planned and the plan needs to be
adhered to and its implementation monitored. Without this, there will be little
or no chance for successfully achieving the set goals.
The creation of an information network in and among schools with access to the
The creation of new technology-rich learning communities of teachers and
foster more active learning,
provide access to information,
enable teacher-student communication and
collaboration irrespective of time, geography, age and ability,
the classroom into a global learning environment by providing links to the rest
of the world, and
Link homes, schools and society so that
learning not only occurs in schools but anywhere and at anytime during the life
of an individual.
believe that school in Mauritius is more than a place of instruction or a
“knowledge distribution center”, rather a place where school community learns
together to solve their problems and to reach their goals more effectively. Schools
are functioning as a “learning organization” as indicated by: Providing
continuous learning opportunities; Fostering inquiry and creativity,
encouraging sharing ideas and collaborations; as well as interacting openly
with their environment. In a learning innovative school, students are pursuing
common purposes with a collective commitment to regularly weighing the value of
those purposes, modifying them when that makes sense, and continuously
developing more effective and efficient ways of accomplishing those purposes and
to function as a “learning organization” in one of the major challenge of an
Mauritius, my Beautiful island, as a Biologist and a Mauritian,
'Mauritius is not just about sun, sea and sand. There is a whole "nature" dimension to experience inside the island in the midst of its lush vegetation. Being of volcanic origin, Mauritius offers a haven of natural beauty.
Flora: The flora of Mauritius is composed of 700 species of indigenous plants. Vividly coloured flowers decorate the island. With over 60 orchid species alone, Mauritius is the second largest supplier of plants and cut flowers in the world after the Netherlands. Many of those plants are threatened with extinction.
Fauna: The absence of man and the isolation of the island of Mauritius over millions of years have enabled a remarkable fauna to evolve here, undisturbed. This is often the case in remote and isolated islands. However, the arrival of man and the ensuing colonisation have impacted negatively on the native wildlife, leading many species into extinction or on the edge of it.