I believe that learning should be a fun and interactive experience. Having a vast array of experience in different educational platforms myself, one factor remains the same; students want to enjoy learning. In order for that process to take place, I like to be creative in the lesson and promote higher-order thinking. Rote memorization is not the key to overall content comprehension but rather the ability to understand the topic in a meaningful way in order to apply it in a real world platform' that is the success that I seek from the student- teacher mentorship.
A little about me:
In my free time I enjoy reading philosophy and writing my own political dissertations about current
politics. I am currently attempting my hand at screenplay writing and often play tennis. I like to be outdoors where I can enjoy the great parks and fresh springs around Orlando, FL.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Central Florida - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science; International Relations
Graduate Degree: Grand Canyon University - Masters, Secondary Education
reading, writing, tennis, swimming
What is your teaching philosophy?
I believe, as Socrates has said, that all students are artists. I observe that creative and fun education activates the interest of the learner and bridges the gaps between basic comprehension to complete application.