Kirsten Morozov has a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology/archaeology, which included many classical studies courses, as well as a Bachelor of Education (the Fine Arts and New Media cohort), both from the University of British Columbia. She also earned a Master of Education in Teacher-librarianship from the University of Alberta.
After working in the business world, Kirsten joined an independent International Baccalaureate World School in Vancouver BC in 2002, teaching from kindergarten through to grade 12.
Her main roles now are that of the grades 6-12 teacher-librarian and Extended Essay coordinator. The Extended Essay is a rigorous 4000-word research paper in an academic subject area written during grades 11-12, and is a requirement for IB Diploma graduation.
Kirsten is a mom of demi-gods; a Jane of all trades and master of none; and she enjoys geeking out with a trifecta of research, literacy, and technology.