"I don't teach Math, I teach students." Although I can't take credit for this quote, it is definitely one of my favorites. My foremost goals as a teacher have always been to make sure students know that they are valued as individuals and capable of anything they put their mind to! Do you think you're "bad at Math"? Think again. You can do this and I'm here to help! Let's discover together how rewarding Mathematics can be when you're willing to work hard and build confidence, one step at a time.
Undergraduate Degree: Geneva College - Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering
Graduate Degree: Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania - Masters in Education, Mathematics Teacher Education
I am a family man. I love hanging out with my wife and three kids. Playing basketball is something I've always enjoyed. Watching American football is awesome, especially when the Buffalo Bills are winning! I enjoy traveling to new places, photography, and reading a good book to wind down. My favorite part about being a Math teacher is watching students "get it" for the first time. You can actually SEE it in their face as the lightbulb turns on, when before that point, they didn't even know there was a switch! As a teacher, these moments are a privilege to witness.