Rachel Anne Farquharson


Rachel Anne Farquharson

Teaching languages: English/French/American Sign Language (ASL) including Braille



Rachel Anne Farquharson is a teacher, arts professional, architectural designer, and writer living in Squamish, British Columbia. Formerly a Toronto-based fine art specialist and curator, her approach to pedagogy, K-12, is focused around the STEAM curriculum: Science | Technology | Engineering | Art | Mathematics. She employs the WebAIM program, ASL, and Braille in her teaching as well, encouraging the diverse needs of all students. A plurality of disciplines is her BIG IDEA for today’s learning environment and extends to the university level as well.

Farquharson was a professional ballet dancer for 20 years and continues to teach dance, contemporary through classical. Design workshops, using CAD, creating small-scale models, and hand-draughting are also a part of her contribution to the current B.C. Curriculum in alignment with the applied design, skills, and technologies modules. French language arts complete her skill set.


Creative Competency:

Dance, print making, language arts.


Workshop information:

Not available on Thursdays. Max 30 pupils per class. Up to 4 classes in a project.

Rachel Anne’s teaching is suitable for K to Grade 12 and can accommodate 4-5 classroom sessions of 60-90 minutes each (including 1 field trip) + 2-3 project planning sessions by phone or in person.


School District Availability:

Squamish, Richmond. Other areas on request.

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