Fuller, Bonnie

Bonnie Fuller
BSc University of British Columbia, MA Curriculum and Instruction Gonzaga University Instructor
Email: Office:
10-4020
Campus:
  • Prince George

Biography

Born in Baguio, Philippines' Luzon Island. Immigrated to Canada as a child. Life experiences established a strong sense of the importance and power of education and a desire to be an educator. Have an established career as a K-12 educator in the B.C. Public Schools and have been an instructor in the School of Education for over 7 years.

Research and Expertise

  • Equitable and inclusive teaching methods and approaches that enhance student learning in math and science. 
  • Field studies in experiential, inquiry and cross curricular teaching of math and science.
  • Child development links between creativity and curiosity. 
  • Philosophical enquiry and reflection in Education.
  • Ethnomathematics.

Research Fields:
  • Agriculture
  • Animal Welfare
  • Biodiversity/Ecology
  • Chemistry
  • Climate Change
  • Culture
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Ethics
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Resources
  • Sustainability
  • Wildlife
  • Youth
Areas of Expertise:

Math and Science curriculum instruction methods. Legal and ethical issues in education. Teaching in inclusive classroom settings with diverse learners. Ethnomathematics

Languages Spoken:
  • English