I believe a teacher’s role in our society is to prepare the next generation of thinkers. I feel that students learn most when they see themselves in the material they are learning. Teachers can facilitate students’ ability to place material within their own lives by creating an environment and lessons that reflect the diversity of backgrounds and interests within the classroom.”
“I love teaching biology because it is all around us. It is so fun to guide students towards making connections between what they are learning and the world around them.”
After graduating college, Erin worked in Guanica, Puerto Rico researching a new forest plot in the tropical dry forest. Also, she interned with a conservation biologist at the Roger Williams Park Zoo, where she assisted with several local re-introduction projects, including the re-introduction of the New England cottontail and timber rattlesnake.
Erin began teaching at Blackstone Academy Charter School during the 2016–2017 school year.
Erin spends her free time rock climbing around New England and playing all types of board games.
- Brown University (Master of Art of Teaching in Secondary Biology)
- Brown University (Bachelor of Science in Biology)