Currently Teaching: Foundations for Proficiency and AP Calculus AB
Total Years Taught: 19
Other places taught besides SBHS: Salem Washington Academy, Salem, NY (Spring Semester 2002); University of Vermont (1997-1999)
Years at SBHS: 18th year
Professional accolades received as a high school math teacher: VCTM Outstanding Mathematics Teacher (2013), Rowland Foundation Fellow (2014), SBHS Student Council Staff Person of the Year (2016)
Other jobs besides teaching math at SBHS: painter (yes – you read that correctly), bike mechanic/salesperson, lifeguard, swim instructor, horse farm manager
Other formal roles (besides math teacher) taken on at SBHS: Student Council advisor, Outdoor Pursuits Club advisor,Volleyball Club co-advisor, Sophomore Advisory coordinator, Peer Leadership 2 teacher, SLAM Program coordinator
Why did you decide to become a high school math teacher?
If you had to some up your philosophy on teaching and learning math in a few sentences, what would you say?
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What interests do you pursue outside of your professional life? Just about anything outside and with my family- swimming, mountain biking, backcountry skiing, fly fishing (just started) , guitar (forever a novice), managing our property/farm in Starksboro