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Sarah Lawrence College (pre-med)
St. John's University (Master's)
For about thirty years I taught various high school science courses in NYC; primarily biology and chemistry.
I was a mentor for other teachers, and I was always available for students who wanted help or wanted to
get involved with a research project. When NYC changed the math curriculum, I was asked to be a Math Coach.
And, at the end of my teaching career, I was a K-12 Science Coach for teachers. I taught education courses for the College of Mt. St. Vincent. I kept growing because I love learning and I love helping other people enjoy learning too. Many of the students and teachers I have worked with have assured me that I made it so much easier for them to reach their goals.
One of the joys of teaching is watching the light bulb turn on in a student's eyes.
I'm persistent, yet patient, and know many strategies to help achieve that moment of understanding.
While I was a full-time teacher, I was chosen as Teacher of the Year, and assigned various
positions helping teachers learn student-centered strategies. Although my background is math and science
I worked with teachers of all content areas. As a new retiree, I'm following the changes to the GED exam, as well as keeping my mind fresh using current Regents exams. I will share my knowledge of literacy and test taking hints so any student can be successful. For about thirty years I taught various high school science courses in NYC; primarily biology and chemistry.
I was a mentor for other teachers, and I was always
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