Carol Mackey

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 10, Native Studies 30

Education and Experience:
M. ETAD U of S (2016) B. Ed. (Sec.) U of R (1996)
Spanish Language KWMI, Texas (1986)
EMT Certificate Wascana (1984)
NGO work Belize 1979 – 1987
SIIT Adult 10/12, RCMP Prep, BAdmin, IT, Addictions 1996 – 2015

I teach to make a positive difference in the lives of students and ensure that anyone who works for success can achieve it. My goal is that all students learn knowledge and skills that will build their capacity for a better future. My priorities as a teacher are that all students feel valued, have their worldviews respected, and feel supported as they work towards their goals, confident that I am on their team, cheering them on, through every task in their journey.

Helen Marguerite Fuller Prize for Teaching (1995)
Featured teacher in Eagle Feather News October 2009: “Proud Northerner overcame obstacles to find fulfilling career as instructor at SIIT” by John Lagimodiere
Adult 12 class and teachers featured in Saskatchewan Sage 2003: “Graduating class overcomes obstacles to succeed” by Pater Derbawka

I have 4 children (including twins) and 5 grandchildren
I spent 8 years in Loon Lake 4-H Beef Club and helped my brother with his trap line
I lived in Belize where I was often seen carrying a birthday cake and machete on a jungle path