Before entering her field, Jessica had the experience of volunteering at an organization called SWITCH (Student Wellness Initiative Towards Community Health). At this agency, she had the opportunity to witness a holistic team approach to treat and care for community members as she assisted through nutrition, exercise, and group led workshops.
She had grown up with the aspiration of entering the medical field, however upon application to allopathic (western) medical colleges, her philosophy and beliefs of medicine did not quite match. Her first exposure of naturopathic medicine was from her additional inquiry and further research of medical professions. She had found information about the naturopathic profession from the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC). From there, she had dedicated herself to the pre-requisite courses and applications for naturopathic medical school.
Her family is from the Cree tribe of Lac La Ronge Indian Band, located in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
Dr. Jessica Schule is a proud Cree (Indigenous) female serving her community. She became the first female indigenous naturopathic doctor from her Indian reservation.
Some students call out only because they believe the need to speak with you. They don’t enjoy speaking in front of a class and others may be more outgoing, but don’t need to participate because they don’t need to let other people know that they are unsure of the material. Calling on students who don’t have a hand increased!
Never give in and take significantly less than that which is most effective for your term paper writing. The students get two tickets at the start of the day. Rather, our increased negativity ends in diminished student-teacher relationships and raises the probability of our pupils feeling defeated. Before beginning talking, guarantee that the students see which sign you’ve up. Students ought to be encouraged to be creative and to think beyond the box tell them there’s more than 1 method for their message across. In other words, when they have the chance to take learning into their hands, they get proud and motivated to continue to grow and learn. No wonder students become confused!
Dr. Jessica Schule completed her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. During these studies, she studied a year-abroad in Stockholm, Sweden at Stockholm University. She continued her medical education in Doctor of Naturopathy at Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in New Westminster, BC, Canada. Currently, she is seeking her Master of Science in Acupuncture at Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA.