About

Welcome! I have been a science teacher in Los Angeles, California since 2005. I completed my initial training as a science (specifically life science) teacher in December of 2004 from Warner Pacific College, in Portland, Oregon. I also received my bachelors of Science in Biology from Warner Pacific in May of 2001. In 2010 I received my secondary single subject clear credential from California State University, Northridge. I am currently working on my Master’s Degree in Science Education at California State University Northridge.

As part of my continuing professional development I am collaborating with graduate students as part of the SEE-LA GK-12 program, sponsored by UCLA and the National Science Foundation. I am also a mentor teacher for the Cal Teach program at UCLA, which allows me an opportunity to mentor aspiring math and science teachers. My personal interests include hiking, herpetology and photography. I have been an avid photographer for 12 years, although have taken photographs all my life, I consider my first SLR as the beginning of my real adventure into photography.

One of the reasons why started this blog is to help all students who want to boost up their academic career. You will find detailed information about each course, expectation, course description, and obligations. Considering I have been a teacher for a long time and I have experience in this academic field, I believe that my expertise can significantly help you.

Sometimes, even the students can’t recognize their potential and interests, but with my help, you will find your future career path. On my website, you will find various sections dedicated to each course. I have a detailed description for you and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. I am more than willing to help you, and I hope you will find my website useful.