I believe that everyone can do math, it may not come easy, you may need more time or a different approach, but you have the capacity to be successful. Math is everywhere and everyone does math every day, even if you don’t realize it. Anytime you are problem-solving you are doing math.
1996 was a busy year for me, I graduated from UW-Stevens Point with a degree in Mathematics, I moved to Rhinelander, got married, and started teaching math and information technology for the Phelps School District. Over the next 22 year, I have had many diverse experiences including Technology Resource Specialist, teaching in a project-based charter school, teaching online, and being a virtual learning coordinator. I am looking forward to building new relationships, learning new skills, and improving my current skills within the iForward family.
I continue to live in the Northwoods with my husband, Chris, my two children, Faith and Michael, and my dog, Apollo. My husband is a network engineer, my daughter is currently studying Vocal Performance and Acting at Viterbo University, and my son is about to graduate high school and will be studying Mechanical Engineering next year at UW-Stout. Our family loves gaming (role-playing, video, and board games), doing puzzles, camping, biking, and theater.