Dr. Charmaine Condappa is a very innovative and creative teacher, currently working at the Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre. She teaches chemistry to grades 9-12, preparing lesson plans and educating students. She assigns homework, grades tests and documents her students’ progress, coordinating the science fairs and promoting environmental awareness.
Her thesis was on Indigenous Education and she is still searching for a niche where she can make some contribution to the wider First Nations community, where she currently serves. She is hoping that this find opportunities to work with youths from these communities. Her preference is online teaching since she is already in a full time teaching job in a high school on a Canadian reservation. She believes that her experience with working with minority students could benefit other professionals who network with First Nations people.
Charmaine earned her degree in Education and was recipient of the Crystal Apple award. She has extensive teaching experience, including Teacher of Mathematics, George Hicks High School – KY 2003 to 2008, Teacher of Mathematics and Biology, Hillel Academy High School – JM 1995 to 1999, Teacher of Mathematics at Campion College – JM 1992 to 1995, Teacher of Mathematics at Priory Adult Evening College – JM 1991 to 1992, and was Principal of St. John the Baptist Catholic School – Kingston, JM 1984 to 1989.
Looking ahead, she plans to continue in her role as an educator and help mold her students, guiding them down the path to success. She is especially interested in helping to contribute and make an impact in the greater First Nation Community. She believes that hard work, her passion and drive are the key to her success.
International Society of Female Professionals Member, Dr. Charmaine Condappa, can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.