Marcie Lewis is the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) Coordinator and a Junior Division homeroom teacher at Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ontario. In July 2015, she completed her studies for her Master of Arts – Educational Technology (Overseas Cohort) Program (MAET) through Michigan State University (MSU). She is a member of ISTE and ASCD.
She earned her BSc(H) and BEd from Brock University in 2008 and is a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers. She holds her Primary/Junior Mathematics Specialist (Additional Qualification) and is a SMART Certified Trainer on Notebook 11 and Response. She is a Google Certified Educator (Level 1), Microsoft Certified Educator, and Apple Teacher.
Marcie was the holder of The Terrance Cronyn Chair of English or Drama (2013-2016) at Ridley College and worked on developing a digital literacy continuum for a K-12 environment. In 2012, she was selected as one of 75 educators from around the world to attend the prestigious Klingenstein Summer Institute for early career teachers to examine teaching and leadership in the context of independent schools.
Her work has been recognized as innovative and she has been selected to share her work at numerous conferences. She was featured in the December 2016 edition of Professionally Speaking, the official magazine of The Ontario College of Teachers, in an article entitled ‘Taking Tech To The Next Level.” In 2017, she was also featured as a guest voice in Take Me To Your Readers by Larry Swartz.
Outside of the classroom, Marcie enjoys kayaking, running, and traveling.