It’s My Life
Creative Problem Solving for Everyday Issues
What would you do if you had a program that could predict what you thought and decisions you would make?
Posted on April 1, 2014 • 0 Comments
Whether in the newspapers, online, on television, movies, fiction and non-fiction books, it seems as though someone is always referring to what a mess we have made of this planet on which we reside. It can be the environment, religion, the economy, greed, politics, or education. It doesn�t really matter: we, the human race, are compelled (and conditioned) to complain!
I have taught for many years in the public school sector and community college (as well as at the university level briefly), and during my career have been a special education teacher, resource, and mainstream at middle and high school. I also have had extensive experience coaching. During my career have also worked in the private sector in the restaurant industry, real estate, and in the film industry.
I have taught for seven years at Pacific High School in Ventura, CA as a math, science, life skills, and transition teacher. I have also served as a summer school principal, WASC Coordinator, administrative designee, and math department chair. Before becoming a teacher, I worked ten years as an instructor and assistant coordinator with people with developmental disabilities in Santa Barbara, CA.