I received my Bachelor's degree in Wildlife Management from The State University of New York at Cobleskill. Cobleskill is in the upstate region among the Catskill Mountains and has outstanding wildlife and scenery.
The courses I teach are Biostatistics, Plant Biology, Environmental Science, Earth Science, General Science, as well as test preparation and study skills. I strive in the Science department and I love teaching these subjects as much as I enjoy learning more skills. I started teaching when I volunteered at an Arboretum that was near my University. I became a member of their Education Committee and have taught outdoor environmental science classes both there and for an additional environmental school. I have also taught Hunter Education courses.
Outside of teaching I am involved with Ducks Unlimited and other non-profit organizations. I enjoy practicing clay target shooting at ranges. I spend a great deal of time with my dogs. I love to cook and have large family meals, which makes Thanksgiving my favorite holiday! I have accomplished writing an article for Ducks Unlimited and it is published on their website. I feel accomplishments should be celebrated and I hope to bestow this upon my students.
I have an approach to teaching that focuses on “HOW” I am able to present, encourage and get results for “WHAT” my students need. Having used tutoring during my education, I have learned multiple skills and I find what works for me and each individual student.I have access to numerous resources that I will use with my students so I can ensure all of the needs are being met.
The State University of New York at Cobleskill - Bachelors, Wildlife Management