Capital Teaching Resident

Secondary Education, E.L Haynes Public Charter High School, 2012

Member of Selective (Acceptance Rate: 8%) Capital Teaching Residency Program (Partnership between The New Teacher Project (TNTP) and the KIPP Foundation’ KIPP DC Network)

• Created bilingual unit plans, content and NGSS science process aligned standards, conceived standards-based assessments for Introductory Conceptual Physics Course

• Lead the design and implementation of public health and medicine curriculum for elective course Germs, Diseases & You

• Developed and lead STEM intersession Courses, Mind, Body and Brain and Energy Management and Economics

• Spearheaded partnerships with TEDMed, Georgetown Medical Center, and Cleveland Clinic - aimed to increase student interest in the health and medical sciences across both middle and high school campusess