The Archer School for Girls - Computer Science Teacher
At Archer, I teach upper school computer science classes such as Advanced Java Programming (AP Computer Science A curriculum) and Advanced Computer Science (AP Computer Science Principles curriculum).
In addition to my regular classes, I teach six-week middle school coding workshops on topics such as Python and robotics. I also collaborate with the middle school math teachers to integrate coding into math class.
Upperline Code - Summer Instructor
Prior to teaching each summer, I completed professional development in CS pedagogy.
Wildwood School - Computer Science Teacher
While at Wildwood, I led a web development workshop at the Innovat.ED LA conference and collaborated with the Tech Department to plan Hour of Code, where I developed a custom upper school lesson using p5.js. I also involved Wildwood in a local hackathon among several LA schools, where I led an Arduino workshop.
Girl Develop It LA - Teaching Assistant
Episcopal School of Jacksonville - Latin Teacher
In 2014-2016, I taught Latin I, IB, II, III, and IV to 8th-12th grade students. Each class had 10-15 students. I used games and activities to reinforce learning Latin grammar and vocabulary and collaborated with the other Latin teacher to develop a Roman culture curriculum. I ensured student success on assessments with "practice tests" and did projects on Greek mythology and Roman history, as well as a unit on the film Gladiator.
As the JCL (Latin Club) advisor, I took students to regional Latin competitions and provided opportunities for preparation for inside and outside the classroom. In summer 2016, I developed a curriculum for the school Ancient Italy trip and served as a chaperone.
Chandler Preparatory Academy - Latin Teacher
In 2013-2014, I taught three sections of 6th grade Latin and one section of 9th grade Latin III Honors at one of the Great Hearts charter schools. Each class had 20-24 students. Through mentorship, I developed classroom management skills and Latin-based games to engage middle school students. I also developed a literature-based curriculum for the second semester of Latin III, selecting Horace and Catullus poems to read by theme. I used group work to maximize student participation and made activities such as "Grammar Treasure Hunts" to reinforce the material.
The Paideia Institute - Assistant Teacher
In summer 2013, I was an assistant teacher for Living Latin in Rome High School. In addition to chaperoning the students in the dorm and around the city, I led small groups in spoken Latin and translation activities around Rome.