6 years teaching 8th grade science 2 years teaching 6th grade science and math with Project FUTURE Assorted teacher development presentations
It's impossible to label my style in one particular category. I do whatever works when it needs to be done. Below are some of the most common things I do. Hands on, Engaging, Inquiry, 5 E model, Laboratory Investigations, Project Based Learning, Student Research
2013 Texas Teacher of the Year 2013 Region 17 Secondary Teacher of the Year 2011-2012 Frenship ISD Teacher of the Year 2009-2010 Terra Vista Middle School Teacher of the Year Recipient of the CH foundation scholarship, 2007 Recipient of the Greater Texas Foundation Scholarship 2008-2011 Recipient of the Helen Devitt Jones Scholarship for Master's students 2010-2011
2007 Bachelors of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies (math and science) with an Education Minor, Texas Tech University 2011 Master's of Science in Math, Science, and Engineering Curriculum Integration, Texas Tech University 2011 Principal Certification, Lamar University
If we don't give it our best, then why are we doing it? Teaching is a team sport. One singular person, while talented, can make a big difference. However, you can never win the game playing by yourself. Collaborate, work together, share your ideas. Only then can we get kids where they need to be.