Teaching pushes me to grow both intellectually and emotionally. I learn so much from the commitment, curiosity and humor that my students bring every day.”
“I love teaching physics because it involves so many different modes of thinking: playing with mathematical relationships and equations, developing conceptual intuition, designing experiments, and more. I believe that my students will be successful if they can take away from my class not only skills, but a mindset of belonging, curiosity, growth and resilience.”
Throughout her undergraduate studies, Zoe taught informally as an algebra, calculus and physics tutor. She then developed her classroom teaching skills through the Match Teacher Residency Program in Boston.
Zoe enjoys yoga, cooking and biking. Zoe enjoys yoga, cooking and biking. She is a co-leader of Boston Educators for Equity, a small group of teachers from different kinds of schools who gather once a month to engage in dialogue about race, identity, and building a more equitable education system.
- Charles Sposato Graduate School of Education (Master in Effective Teaching)
- Princeton University (Bachelor of Arts in Physics)