I love science, but people are my favorite. What I'm trying to say is... if I could do anything I want all day long it would be talk and listen to students, closely followed by lighting something on fire. For this reason, you'll find that many of my materials are focused on classroom community. The classroom is a microcosm of life. It's an amazing and unique place where we can make each other better! May the people who leave our classrooms be an EVEN better version of themselves than the people who entered our classrooms. Cheers!
While I am amazingly witty and most of my ideas are pure genius, I find people pay the closest attention to the words coming from their own mouths. For this reason, I want my students to discover something in class everyday, and to teach it to each other.
Teacher of the Year - 10th grade Johnson College Prep, Sue Lehmann - Excellence in Teaching Award Nominee, Magna Cum Laude Olivet Nazarene University, Wife of the Year, Mom of the Year, Best Eyes (just kidding), Best Personality (I mean of course), Most Likely to Have False Confidence (yes)
B.S. Biology Education - Olivet Nazarene University Teach for America Alumni Chicago '11 Masters of Counseling - Bradley University (graduating 2019)