Curious of Mind

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In each blank square, students will (1) reproduce part of the ORIGINAL drawing as pictured in the CORRESPONDING square and (2) state the SCALE FACTORS in effect.
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In each blank square, students will (1) reproduce part of the ORIGINAL drawing as pictured in the CORRESPONDING square and (2) state the SCALE FACTORS in effect.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After years of teaching underserved middle school math students in Brooklyn and the Bronx, I currently teach mathematical problem solving to 5th-11th grade students at the New York Math Circle. As a Khan Academy and Quizlet Ambassador, I provide guidance to students and teachers from all over the world. I also mentor students in the Art of Problem Solving community. For the Science and Technology Entry Program at Barnard College, which supports underrepresented minorities and low-income students in STEM, I taught all levels of math from algebra to calculus, engineering (CS/mechE/EE), and college-preparatory writing.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach systems of thinking and habits of mind through interactive problem solving and project-based learning activities. I also teach how to be brave in the face of uncertainty or adversity.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I received Brown University's Wadler Award during CSEdWeek 2016 for outstanding CS instruction and urban outreach. I am presenting talks in May 2018 at the Bronx MoMathlon for the National Museum of Mathematics, and in November 2018 at the 17th annual Celebrating Mathematics Teaching conference for Queen's College.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have an S.B. in Mathematics and S.B. in Biology from MIT, where I served as Director of the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament. I was an ARML state captain and national high scorer. I am an alum of PROMYS and the MATHCOUNTS National Competition.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Recreationally I enjoy singing, dancing, and designing things like smartwatch faces for Facer Android. Becoming a certified yoga instructor strengthened my sense of instructional pacing and differentiation. I love creating materials that spark a love of thinking and growing in students, teachers, and users!

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