Currently, teaching Hands On Equations to a class of gifted third grade students at the Trinity Academy School in Hartford, Connecticut. Hands-On Equations is a supplementary program that can be used with any math curriculum to provide students with a concrete foundation for algebra. It uses the visual and kinesthetic instructional approach developed by Dr. Henry Borenson to demystify abstract algebraic concepts. This hands-on, intuitive approach enhances student self-esteem and interest in mathematics.
I am also co-presenting Project Based Learning program at the Trinity Academy School with a class of eighth grade students which are engaged in researching and inquiring about “Sneakers” in order to obtain a deeper knowledge about all the aspects of how they impact the real world.