I have over 1,000 hours teaching experience in middle schools and high schools spanning over 10 schools and within a collegiate sphere. Additionally, I have a Ohio Teaching licence in 7-12 Mathematics. In these classes I have taught pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, physics, organic chemistry, statistics, pre-calculus, engineering, computer programming, animation, and calculus.

The following is a link to a presentation that I have used to help teach Fibonacci Numbers.

Throughout the 2015-2016 academic year, I was an instructor of record for the First Year Engineering course at Virginia Tech.

During the summer of 2016, I taught for John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth a course called Physics of Engineering at Stanford University.

Currently, I am a teacher for Computer Programming  and Lego Animation Robotics for high school home school co-op while remaining at my job working for the College of Engineering in the office of IT working on support for instructional technology.

Here is a link to a website I created to assist in the teaching of K-12 teachers about engineering topics: https://sites.google.com/a/onu.edu/teachersite/