The Mentoree Leadership team is a dynamic group of educators and influencers who are passionate about learning and teaching. We invite you to join us on our journey of mentorship
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Meet The Mentoree Leadership Team
Noa Daniel MEd, is a teacher, consultant, the Chief Building Officer at Building Outside the Blocks (BOB) and the co-founder of The Mentoree. Noa is also a podcaster, blogger, and keynote speaker. She hosts The Personal Playlist Podcast (#P3) and the weekly live OnEdMentors show on VoicEd Radio. Noa blogs about her work in and outside of school including chronicling our work at The Mentoree. She did a recent TEDxKitchenerEd Talk on one of her shows. Noa is a director on the board of Learning Forward Ontario, and she is on the board at VoicEd Radio.
Noa lives in Thornhill, Ontario with her husband, three daughters, and their dog, Daisy.
Christine Chin is a classroom teacher and leader who is dedicated to student success and well-being. Over the past 13 years, she has spent her time as French Immersion teacher dedicated to creating and nurturing collaborative learning cultures that support teachers, students and their families. Her experiences have informed her understanding of how to support students who face specific challenges within the French Immersion setting.
As an NTIP Mentor and Literacy teacher, she has enjoyed the process of supporting teachers to further develop their skills and continue along their learning journeys. Her participation on the Leadership Team at OEMConnect has allowed her to be inspired by others and find creative ways to give back to her community.
Christine is a wife and proud mom to Sophie and George.
Teri Rubinoff, PhD is an Ontario Certified Teacher (Special Education Specialist). She has held a variety of roles in education including classroom teacher, special education teacher, literacy teacher, and special education consultant (K-12) in a large public board of education in the Greater Toronto Area. She has also been a university lecturer in the areas of early childhood and disability studies. She earned her PhD in Education at York University in Toronto where her research focused on teacher education, inclusive education, and disability studies. She began her involvement with OnEdMentors as a mentor and is thrilled to be part of the leadership team!
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