I believe all students are capable of learning. They all do not learn at the same rate, but with different methods and strategies, it is possible. Students should not be thought of as mindless individuals just waiting to be filled with knowledge by their teachers.
Quite the opposite; students should be viewed as individuals who can contribute to the classroom, sharing and gaining knowledge from each other. Students need guidance and not just lectures only. Education is not solely academic; the teacher must also educate his students mentally by teaching them the skills needed to solve problems and socially by teaching them the skills needed to communicate and work productively with others.
- High School Social Studies/Technology Teacher
- Social Studies/Language Arts Teacher
- Middle School Technology/Math Integration Teacher
Undergraduate Degree: Pace University-New York - Bachelor in Arts, Instructional Technology
Graduate Degree: New York Institute of Technology - Master of Science, Instructional Technology
Graduate Degree: The New School - Master of Science, Education
Graduate Degree: Walden University - Master of Science, Instructional Technology
I absolutely love cooking. I can merrily state that my kitchen is my playground in every sense! My mother has always been a wonderful cook, and I feel she is my inspiration. I have seen her prepare scrumptious meals for hundreds of guests in a few hours! Honestly, I find cooking very therapeutic and look forward to planning my meals every day. Besides, my family and friends have always been very patient and supportive, and happily turn into guinea pigs for my experimental recipes!
High School Computer Science
High School Geography
High School Level American History
High School World History
Middle School Social Studies
NYSTCE - New York State Teacher Certification Examinations
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Coding