Dominic Tremblay is an innovative, Canadian educational consultant. He brings twenty-first century skills into the classroom by providing training and support for teachers from coast to coast to coast. He has worked as a classroom teacher for 13 years in a small K-12 Franco-Ontarian school in Trenton, Ontario, where he gained extensive experience teaching a variety of subjects at different grade levels. He also worked for one year at the Education Quality and Accountability Office to develop and implement the mathematics provincial test and to analyze results.
For the past seven years he has owned his consulting business and has been providing services to school boards, divisions, and districts in every province of the country as well as Nunavut. He has supported thousands of students and teachers in mathematics, science, technology, social studies, robotics, and literacy. In addition to this, he has also had the opportunity to work with aboriginal and Inuit communities. He has adapted the content of his workshops and activities to better fit the needs of their communities. When it comes to robotics, Dominic not only offers workshops, but he has also helped the team at Zone01 Robotics, a non-profit organization, to expand their robotics competitions to Ontario as well as judging at the national event in Montreal.
Dominic is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT), a PRIME National Certified Trainer and a Smarter Science National Certified Trainer.
In the STEAM approach, it always aims for students to initiate, carry out and manage projects that are authentic and that meet a real need in their community. The pedagogical and educational approach in conscious entrepreneurship (APEEC) allows it to support schools to achieve this.