- Teaches students:
- Ages 5 to 18
- Teaching since:
"Ok, so like Math really isn't that difficult...."...says the person who never struggled with it. I struggled with math all the way through college. It wasn't until I didn't HAVE to do it, that I found HOW to do it.
The challenge was finding a way that math applied in my life and realizing that my approach to math was based on my MINDSET and being taught only one way. I was fixed in the mindset that I was not a "math person" and that prevented me from growth. I also didn't know all of the mistakes and wrong answers were important in helping my brain to grow new pathways.
I started my path into education by volunteering at my local after-school programs as a tutor. I then worked as a Math and ELA intervention teacher before becoming a fully certified Instructional Teacher. My goal is to instill confidence and teach in a way in which my students comprehend and relate to the material and can apply it school and life as a whole.
Oh yeah, almost forgot this part. I graduated from Brooklyn College with degrees in Biology and Exercise Science.