Dr. Christensen has extensive secondary school teaching experience within unique educational settings in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. These settings include urban secondary schools, a rural middle school, a special education school, an all-girls secondary school, an Indigenous alternative education program, and a Frist Nations secondary school. Currently, she is a sessional instructor teaching courses about special education and Indigenous education at the University of Manitoba, University of Ottawa, and the University of Toronto. Simultaneously, Dr. Christensen works as a special education teacher co-developing culturally-based special education programming within an Anishinaabe-controlled secondary school in northern Ontario.
University of Cambridge, 2020, Ph.D. in Education
University of Cambridge, 2013, Masters (MPhil) in Perspectives of Inclusive and Special Education
Brigham Young University Idaho, 2005, B.S. in Social Studies Secondary School Education