With over 20 years of instructional experience, both in the classroom and over the internet, I know how to help unlock the potential every student has. I have experience working with neurodivergent students as well, including my own kiddo.
I really struggled with math in school but had a teacher who just changed my entire perspective in the subject. I want to share that experience with other kids who are struggling. Math makes sense, we just need to know how to present it. In addition to my focus on math, I am a published writer who enjoys sharing my love of reading and writing with students. I have helped a range of students feel more comfortable expressing themselves through the written word.
I have a current parent/volunteer background check on file with the Evergreen School District.
Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I like to make an assessment, usually try to to get a feel for the student's strengths, because that's what I want to build on. I also like to know the areas where the student needs a stronger foundation because I want to incorporate their strengths into how we help build them up elsewhere.