Hello, I’m Mariya Boyko!
I’m a math teacher and a Ph.D. student at the University of Toronto studying the history of mathematics education – mainly the understudied math curriculum reforms in USSR in the 1960’s. My teaching degree is from OISE and my Honors Bachelor of Science degree is from UofT.
This blog is a place where I share my creative hobbies (drawing, dance and everything in between) and my adventures as a teaching consultant.
Education blogs are often perceived as boring and I’d like to change this stereotype. In my perfect world education blogs would be just another type of lifestyle blogs (much like fashion blogs and cooking blogs).
I’d love to show you that teaching, learning and being creative and stylish can go hand in hand. I also would like to showcase learning and teaching techniques that can be integrated seamlessly in everyday life.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to write a guest blog, collaborate, or just chat about teaching, learning and being creative. I’d love to hear from you!