Amalia Slobogian, BA, MA, B.Ed.

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“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” ― Albert Einstein


I am an Intermediate and Senior (Grades 8-12) teacher in Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut where I have been employed since the Fall of 2015. Courses I have taught include English (Grades 8-12), Social Studies (Grades 8-12), and Health (Grades 8 & 9).

Lesson Plan Samples

This lesson focuses on the historic Inuit and Cree “Odeyak Voyage” with an emphasis on Aboriginal land rights, social justice, and peaceful acts of resistance. The lesson is differentiated and stresses inclusive, cooperative learning.

Student Work Samples

I was introducing Grade 12 University students to Hamlet and had them start with a low-pressure, fun, and short assignment in which they worked in small groups to create a poster that reflected “everything” they knew (or thought they knew!) about the play.

Undergrad Evaluations

Samples of student feedback that I received while I was a Teaching Assistant in the Department of English at McGill University (2011-2014). If you would like to see additional samples or the originals, please contact me!

Student Evaluations

The following feedback comes from students whom I taught during practicum (teaching placements) and tutored privately, in person and online, over the past year (2014-2015).

Amalia’s Social Studies Class

Geographers look for new ways to help us understand our place in the world. Archaeologists make discoveries that tell us about our earliest ancestors. Their findings answer questions about the past and provide insight into our lives today.