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Martin Sacher is the administrator and CEO for the Sunchild E-learning Community. His duties involve all operational aspects of the program related to finances, developing and managing technology programs and the educational innovation inherent in the Sunchild Elearning Community.

Mr. Sacher has been active in the field of education for over 30 years. 19 of these years have been as a high school principal in large urban public high schools. The last 12 years have seen Martin act as the school principal for the Sunchild First Nation and Sunchild Elearning Community School.

Mr. Sacher used his expertise in technology to complete his masters’ degree, which specialized in the implementation of technology into applicable teaching strategies.

It was here at Sunchild that Martin developed and implemented the successful Sunchild E-learning model now being sought after and supported by varying educational institutions and major industrial corporations and international governments.

Martin is a proven successful educator and administrator who has proven experience in First Nations Education programming and the implementation of programs into Fist Nation, Inuit and Metis communities.

Over the years Martin has been sought after as a national and international speaker in the areas of educational technology and Aboriginal education.

The Sunchild program has received many awards over the years some of which include:

  • Global Best Award (IPN – International Partnership Network)
  • National Award for Community Education       
  • Time Magazine “Innovation in Education: Bringing energy and excitement to education”
  • Oxford/Cambridge university – 40 top educational programs in the world
  • Finalist Alberta chamber of Commerce – Business awards

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Mavis SacherHi! I'm Mavis Sacher and I LOVE the world of E-learning and all the endless possibilities it has to offer.  It is exciting to see how online learning has changed and how it will continue to help everyone learn anywhere...anytime!

I am a graduate from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology (what a mouth full !) and a Bachelor of Education. Thereafter, I went back for more schooling because I like to give more money to U of C to complete my Masters of Education specializing in Educational Technology in 2000.

I have taught over 15 years in the areas of science and mathematics at the Calgary Board of Education, Chinook’s Edge School Division and with the Rocky View School Division.

As the co-founder of the school, I had initially served as the Director of Technology and curriculum instruction for the SCcyber E-learning community school for first 8 years and joined full-time as the Principal back in June 2008.


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Glen HuttonI was born and raised in Calgary and attended the University of Calgary. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology in 1975 and my Bachelor of Education degree in 1976. My wife and I moved to the Town of Vulcan in 1976 where I began my teaching career at County Central High School. I spent 21 years primarily teaching junior high and high school science. However, I also taught mathematics, language arts, social studies, health, and home economics at various times in my career. One of my proudest accomplishments was the development of a Marine Biology course for the students in Vulcan in 1986. Every year, a group of 16 high school students investigates the marine ecosystem. As well studying marine biology, the students in this program learn about the First Nation peoples that live in this area. The course ends in a six-day field trip to the Gulf Islands off the coast of British Columbia. Click here if you are interested in learning more about Marine Biology on the Prairies. I completed my Masters of Education degree at The University of Lethbridge in 2002. 

In addition to teaching, I have authored fourteen science textbooks that are used in the Science 14 and Science 24 programs in Alberta. I have also authored one of the chapters for the new Science 10 book that will be published next winter. In addition to writing, I was a consultant in the development of a program called "Missing." This program is designed to inform families of the dangers associated with the Internet. In particular, "Missing" looks at how pedophiles are using Chat rooms to lure teenagers and younger children away from home. Click here if you are interested in learning more about the Missing program.

On a personal note, I am married with three sons. My wife, Vicki, is a consulting teacher at Hazel Cameron Elementary School in Vulcan. Greg is 19 and attending the University of Calgary where he studying political science. Brett is in grade 9 and Alex is in Grade 7. We have a small family cabin in the southwest corner of British Columbia near the town of Fernie and I really enjoy heading out to the mountains do some fly-fishing. Besides fly-fishing, I enjoy golfing and making homemade wine.

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My name is Karol Kamieniecki and I live in Manning, Alberta.

 

I graduated with a Bachelor of Education in Secondary Social Studies and Language Arts from the University of Alberta in 1998 and have been teaching in Manning in many different roles since then.  I have a Graduate Diploma in Distance Education Technology (2010), and a Master of Education degree specializing in Distance Learning (2014) from Athabasca University.   Being from a small, rural town, I’ve had the opportunity to teach across almost all grade levels from 1-12, as well as online with Sccyber.  It’s made for a very interesting career filled with many exciting challenges through the years.  I am happy to be back for another school year with Sccyber, putting all my graduate course work to good use!

 

Outside of my school life, I love to travel, garden, camp, fish, and spend time with my husband watching our three little cowgirls on the barrel racing circuit (Shara is 12, Ava is 9, and Lilly is 7). I also lead Brownies and teach Sunday school.  Life's busy but good! 


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