Robin brings her energy and enthusiasm for learning and teaching Math to classrooms in and around New York City. She is a Math specialist coach/consultant as well as a Math Education Field Supervisor for Touro College, Teachers College (Columbia), NYU and the College of Mount Saint Vincent.
She provides support for working teachers inside and outside the classroom which can take the form of real time in-class support, remote/onsite lesson planning and/or onsite specially designed workshops. She has worked with inservice teachers ranging from the Special Education Math department in South Huntington Long Island to Algebra I , Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus and Personal Finance teachers and students at the Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health and Science Charter School in the South Bronx.
Coaching is student-focused with classroom and school visits with a co-teaching model and if requested Robin will step in and lead the class. She will provide ideas for sharing planning, observation, debrief, next steps. Feedback is encouraging and includes action items and followup that promote student success and supports teachers’ learning and teaching styles.
Robin’s focus is on the learner experience which creates a dialogue that centers on student learning and the student’s perspective. She provides ideas and feedback to reach students where they are and boost their potential for Math content while building confidence and maximizing college and career opportunities. At the high school level, this includes helping teachers, students, administrators and families focus on the Common Core Algebra I Regents which students need to pass to earn a high school diploma. Please click here for Robin’s call-to-action blog posts “Get the Math and Get the Points“.
Robin also provides tutor training for working or potential tutors either in person or on Skype.
A partial list of schools where she has supervised student teachers: Ardsley Middle School, MS 194 William Carr Middle School, Commack High School, MDQ Academy, MS 53, Big Apple Academy, City College Academy of the Arts, Edward F. Murrow HS, Bais Rochel High School, Churchill, Francis Lewis High School, Urban Assembly School of Business for Young Women, Bay Shore Middle School, Salk School of Science, PS 225, South Bronx Early College Academy, The Wheatley School, Urban Science Academy, Brooklyn Studio Secondary School, Beth Jacob, Beacon High School, James Madison High School, MS 223 (Intel award winner for Math instruction, new chancellor Farina’s first school visit on her first day), Brooklyn Tech, A. Philip Randolph HS, Lower East Side Prep, Bronx Theatre at JFK High School, Mott Hall II, Health Sciences @ Taft HS, Queens Gymnasia, MS45, Saunders High School, MS 162, Fannie Lou Hamer middle and high schools, Riverdale Kingsbridge Academy, MS 324, De Witt Clinton HS, Seth Low Middle School, Wagner Middle School, Ben Parat Yosef, Queens Gymnasia, Heritage High School, Young Women’s Leadership School, Mott Hall II, Russell Sage Middle School, Ateres Bais Yaakov, INTECH (MS/HS 368), Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaways, Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences, , Riverton Street Charter School, Bedford Stuyvesant New Beginnings Charter School, I.S. 237, Rachel Carson Intermediate School, Beth Jacob, School of Hospitality and Tourism, Great Hollow Middle School. York Early College Academy and many others.