Roxy Bromley

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About me

Industry Education
Occupation Teacher
Location Toronto, Canada
Introduction is the Teacher-Librarian at Beverly Glen Junior Public School. During the 09-10 academic season, Roxy is teaching Information and Communications Technology (French K-6 and English K-3/4) and Media Literacy. The vast majority of Brom's classes are taught via SMARTBoard on the school intranet.
Interests alphabetized lists, antique text books, beetles, big brains, bubble tea, building massive things with chicken wire and papier-mâché, bumble bees, crunchy leaves, deco, diet coke, entomology, etymology, fixing unruly photocopiers, fresh air, fresh hair cuts, geeks, hard work, the internets, the library, little spiders, millipedes, new wave, not killing spike and allen (my plants), photography, school, smartboards (and presentation hardware in general), snails, social engineering, sociological theory, stars, tacos, teaching, the fall, theoretical linguistics (esp. morphology/syntax of emergent language forms; incl. 1337sp33k, image macros, etc.), thunder storms, toads, trees, tunnels, typography, victorian morality, vincent price, vintage clothing, water, zombies, etc.
Favorite Books 'what a young man ought to know' (1879) by sylvanus stall, 'the nothing that is: a natural history of zero' (1999) by robert kaplan, 'the emergance of sociological theory' (2002) by jonathan turner et al, 'flight from famine: the coming of the irish to canada' (1990) by donald mackay, 'critical pedagogy' (2005) by joan wink, 'the wicked kings of bloon' (1970) by steven kellogg, 'rookie teaching for dummies' (2003) by michael kelley, etc.