Hannah Wilkinson Joos is a teacher and an advocate pursuing work within the international education sphere, specifically as it relates to refugees and people with disabilities. Hannah has worked as an educator in many locations including inner city schools in Chicago, rural villages in Namibia, and refugee camps in Rwanda.
With over 10 years of teaching and teacher training experience, Hannah truly believes in the power of education to both connect us as humans and separate us as individuals.
Currently, Hannah manages community English language programs that serve immigrants and refugees in Denver. Classes are designed to be accessible, practical, and go beyond learning to create a sense of community.
Guided by curricular design rooted in authentic engagement and task – based teaching strategies, Hannah hopes the provided materials assist teachers – both amateur and by trade – in supporting refugees and immigrants across the United States and around the world.
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