i‑Learner Education Centre


Reshma Gurung

Reshma Gurung

An educator who understands the freedom of a child’s mind will join in helping them acquire independent thinking skills. It is important not to limit a child’s imagination, but to use their curiosity to examine, experiment, and explore the world around them.

Reshma Gurung graduated with a BA in Fine Art with focus on Anthropology and Sociology from The College of Idaho. Applying her passion for visual arts and cultural anthropology, Reshma has worked with children from diverse backgrounds through NGOs and summer camps, which has allowed her to understand the emotional and social needs of various young people. Whenever she is teaching, Reshma strives to connect through collaborative learning, enabling students to challenge themselves. During her free time, Reshma does pottery, weightlifting, and journaling.


  • BA (Fine Art, Anthropology & Sociology) The College of Idaho


How personal journaling enhances students’ ability to express their thoughts and ideas more naturally.

Journaling has always been a space where I can express my feelings and thoughts openly without judgement. It is a place where I feel heard and as an educator I believe it to be beneficial, especially to younger students, to start journaling to find their voice in English. I started journaling when I was in Grade 2 as a result of my difficulty… Read More