I graduated college and began working at a software developer in 1999. At that time, I was coding in C++. After a few years working in the field, I decided to change careers and become a teacher. I moved to Connecticut and began teaching in 2004. I have taught at the secondary level since that time and have also taught at the university level as an adjunct instructor.
I have taught all levels of high school mathematics from Pre-Algebra through Algebra 2 and AP Computer Science. At the...
I graduated college and began working at a software developer in 1999. At that time, I was coding in C++. After a few years working in the field, I decided to change careers and become a teacher. I moved to Connecticut and began teaching in 2004. I have taught at the secondary level since that time and have also taught at the university level as an adjunct instructor.
I have taught all levels of high school mathematics from Pre-Algebra through Algebra 2 and AP Computer Science. At the university level, I have taught introductory and second semester Algebra. I learned Java on my own time to prepare to teach the AP Computer Science course at my school.
I am also a lifelong learner, having been enrolled in graduate level coursework since the beginning of my teaching career. I completed a M.A. in Mathematics Education at CCSU and have studied Educational Psychology, Multi-Cultural Education, and Applied Financial Mathematics at UConn, and Mathematics Education at Columbia University.