Before graduating college, people would tell me to "prepare for the real world." This confused me- I thought that's what years of education was supposed to do! I quickly understood what they meant.
My whole life I've been a good student. I've taken challenging courses, studied, and tried my best. But getting good grades isn't the only thing that matters in life: it's applying intelligence to every situation that will carry you through life.
This is what I teach and believe: how to use what you learn to help you succeed. I open minds, guiding people to think creatively, critically, and independently.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Connecticut - Bachelor in Arts, Journalism
Reading, writing, travel, photography, meeting new people, exploring the world, nature, food, humor, culture, arts.
High School English
High School Writing
Mac Basic Computer Skills
Middle School Reading Comprehension
PC Basic Computer Skills
Technology and Coding