I earned my Ph.D. and M.Phil. in Mathematics Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and was an Assistant Professor at CUNY- BMCC. I joined BMCC as an Adjunct Lecturer in Fall 2008, was promoted to full-time Lecturer in spring 2010 and Instructor/Assistant Professor in Fall 2016. As a former Developmental Mathematics Coordinator at BMCC, I helped with the integration and management of online educational technology by the department.
I use WebAssign as a tool to create an atmosphere where students are constantly engaged, study groups form naturally and students are able to receive one-on-one assistance as necessary. My technique and research interest is using the real-time analytics of WebAssign to transform a classroom into an innovative teaching environment, where an instructor's pedagogical approach is tailored to the needs of each class and each student.
I hold my M.S. in Risk Management from St. John's University, where I worked as a Graduate Research Assistant and graduated Beta Gamma Sigma. Subsequently, I passed Actuarial Science Exam P and worked as an Insurance Risk Analyst at Moody's Investor Services. My talent for teaching, and passion for mathematics, were cultivated at the University of Pittsburgh. There, I graduated summa cum laude and received a Culver Award from the Mathematics Department in 2006.
I teach Developmental Courses through Calculus as well as courses like Finite Mathematics and Statistics. I also developed and teach E-Learning courses .
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