By Meaghan Craig
Reporter, Global News
DECEMBER 9, 2015 (SASKATOON) – It’s considered the “Noble Prize” for teaching and a Saskatoon teacher has made the shortlist. Belinda Daniels is still in the running for a global award worth one million U.S. dollars after being narrowed down from 8,000 nominations. Daniels, 42, has taught thousands of students over 15 years and is credited with going above and beyond when it comes to time in the classroom.
“I want to be in the shoes of my students. If I want them to be excited, I have to be excited about what it is we’re learning,” remarked Daniels, saying she felt she was born to teach but wasn’t inspired until she worked as an administrative assistant at a local high school…
Read Full Article: Craig, Meaghan. “Saskatchewan Teacher In The Running For $1M Worldwide Prize“. Global News. N. p., 2015. Web. 18 Dec. 2015.