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Constance Bahn

MEF International School
Secondary Biology and ESS IB1 Teacher
Istanbul, Turkey
Constance Bahn has worked for 14 years as an educator both within schools and in the field of marketing. She has worked in public schools in the United States and international private schools in Japan and Turkey. She voluntarily developed and scaffolded curriculum and instructional plans for two non-profit organizations. The first was to aid in educating high school students about renewable energy technologies appropriate for use in rural areas of developing countries. The second was to help under-served, and under-represented students with the skills and resources necessary to succeed in STEM undergraduate and graduate degree programs. She also worked in the private sector as an adult educator for a winery and brewery to help increase distribution sales. She is presently a grades 6, 7, and 10 Biology instructor, and a grade 11IB Environmental Systems and Societies instructor in the private international school of MEF IS in Istanbul, Turkey.

She holds a master’s degree in Education with a focus on Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and is currently in her dissertation candidacy at Walden University. She is studying Education with a focus in Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Evaluation. Her dissertation study focuses on teachers’ perceptions of Primary Years Programme inquiry-based instruction. One of her deepest passions is developing curriculum and making it accessible to every learner with a focus on student centered philosophies. She hopes to one day become a leader of positive change within the field of education.

Her favorite quote is “Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” - Princess Diana

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