I believe that all students thrive and learn when they feel heard and valued. This means: understanding that before I teach content, my students must know that I value them; knowing that my most powerful teaching tool is the congruence between my actions and my words; being intentional about language; and speaking about children in terms of their strengths and their areas of growth, not their deficits.
Ultimately, it means adopting a long-term view of students and relentlessly using a growth mindset in all manners of interacting with them in the learning environment.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering
Graduate Degree: University of Pennsylvania - Master of Science, Education
Reading, watching films, journaling, and solving puzzles.
CLEP College Algebra
CLEP College Mathematics
Elementary School Math
High School Chemistry
ISEE-Lower Level Mathematics Achievement
ISEE-Lower Level Quantitative Reasoning
ISEE-Middle Level Mathematics Achievement
ISEE-Middle Level Quantitative Reasoning
ISEE-Upper Level Mathematics Achievement
ISEE-Upper Level Quantitative Reasoning
PRAXIS Content Math
SAT Subject Tests Prep