Priscillia has had more than twenty years of teaching experience at pre-tertiary and tertiary levels in Singapore, Malaysia and Australia. She has taught courses like Critical Thinking & Writing, Academic English, Intensive English/ELICOS and Communication Skills. Prior to returning to Sarawak in 2017, she taught at National University of Singapore for nine years.
As an educator, she is passionate about helping learners acquire life-long learning skills that will help them to be independent learners. Her strengths and experiences include developing syllabi that are undergirded by theoretical frameworks in the fields of education and applied linguistics, engaging learners in critical thinking, employing technology in the classroom to facilitate learning and teaching learners in multi-cultural settings. She has also been involved in teacher-training projects for teachers in Laos and China.
Aside from teaching, Priscillia also believes in contributing to her homeland of Sarawak. She was selected as the main writer for the coffee-table book on Sarawak women in safety and security in 2019, part of a series of annual publication by the Ministry of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family & Childhood Development Sarawak, which documents the contribution of women in the State.
Scholarship of teaching and learning, critical thinking, action research