I am an educator living in London, Ontario.  I am passionate about getting kids coding.

I am currently working on a Masters in Professional Education (MPEd) in the field of Mathematics Education.

I teach Computational Thinking in Mathematics Education (Primary/Junior) and Computational Thinking in Mathematics and Science Education (Intermediate/Senior) at Western University’s Faculty of Education.

I also teach (primarily Computer Science and Mathematics) in the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) and work as a STEM Education Consultant for Fair Chance Learning.

Currently, I’m involved with a TLLP project exploring Computational Thinking in the Mathematics Classroom along with five incredible TVDSB educators. Follow along our journey, #mathedcoders on Twitter.

I also would like to give a shout-out to some other amazing educators who have influenced my focus on integration of coding ideas over the past couple of years and who share ideas on their own blogs/websites.

Brian Aspinall (mraspinall.com/)

Enzo Ciardelli (edgorithm.com/)

George Gadanidis (researchideas.ca)

Scott McKenzie (technorookie.blogspot.ca/)

Jonathan So (mrsoclassroom.wordpress.com/)

And, of course my husband who is the ultimate source of deep thinking:
Steve Floyd (techthings.ca/learn)

Thanks for visiting!

Lisa Floyd


@lisaannefloyd (Twitter)