Greetings! I am a veteran science teacher and have a master’s degree in Technology Integration for Education. I have been teaching since 2012 and have taught a variety of science courses over those years. I’m licensed to teach 5-12 life science and 5-8 general science.

I am an open source advocate and linux user who believes that a philosophy of open source and maker culture should be ingrained in the science classroom.

I tinker with arduino and raspberry pi and believe that physical computing is one of the best ways to experience coding and to inspire creativity in students.

I know a little of C++ and python but am always ready to learn new languages.