I have been teaching middle school science for the past 10 years. During those ten years, I have taught Earth, Life, and Physical science. I am also a former Amgen Fellow recipient. I was fortunate enough to learn from fellow science teachers around the world. I also had the privilege of going to the NSTA national conference when it was held in New Orleans. Along with teaching science, I have also taken on the role of the 6th grade Math teacher at my school. I am currently working on my second Master's degree in Curriculum & Instruction. My first one was in Educational Leadership. I try to find new and exciting ways to bring science and math to life for my students.
In my classroom, students are the focal point. I try to keep everything student-centered and allow for them to investigate real-world problems on their own. I do my best to act as a facilitator in the classroom. I believe that students learn the best in an environment where they are comfortable and feel valued.
Amgen Fellow Recipient
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with middle school math and science endorsements Masters Degree in Educational Leadership Currently pursuing a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction
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