This is my fifth year at South, where I'm an All Nations history teacher and a Humanities I teacher. Prior to coming to South I taught at Johnson High School in St. Paul, Minnesota.
I spent two years at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire before transferring to St. Olaf College. There, I earned my B.A. in Social Studies Education with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies and obtained my teaching license. I also spent time studying abroad in Turkey, Morocco, Egypt, and Greece through a program called Term in the Middle East. Later, I studied vocation and international service organizations in Honduras. I am currently enrolled in Hamline University's M.A. in Education program.
Some of my interests include camping, hiking, traveling, reading, writing, drawing, and spending time with my family.
I can be reached at 612-668-4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Password for class website: TigerPride
"Mark Twain once suggested in defining eduction, we guide them along 'the path from cocky ignorance to miserable uncertainty.' The excitement in teaching comes from forcing our students to rethink their assumptions, from making them discontented about what they do not know, from working with them to test, even to undermine old (and new) dogmas, creeds, and values."
-Leon F. Litwack
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