I am a recent graduate of New York University with a Bachelors's degree in Elementary Special Education. As an educator devoted to helping students with different needs, I've worked as a behavioral therapist for children with behavioral challenges, ABA therapist in play-based settings, and student-taught in Integrated Co-teaching (ICT) Classrooms during my time at NYU. After getting to know my students, I work with them to meet their needs by differentiating my instruction and integrating each part of the ecosystem that contributes to their learning.
My philosophy of education puts students at the forefront of their learning. I believe that my job as an educator is to facilitate fruitful and quality learning, help students reach and further their potential, become critical thinkers, and develop their sense of self through learning.
Throughout my college years, I participated in programs and organizations centered around community development, addressing systematic cycles, mobilizing communities, civic engagement, and youth development primarily in underserved communities.
Undergraduate Degree: New York University - Bachelor of Science, Special Education
My hobbies include hiking (when the weather is nice), cooking/baking, bike riding, learning new languages, and reading a good book!
American Sign Language
Elementary School English
Elementary School Math
Elementary School Reading
Elementary School Science
Elementary School Writing