Degrees and Certifications:

  • me

    "An un-examined life is not worth living" (Socrates). Let's begin from this assumption. It was early in my college years when the anxiety of existence exposed its ugly face for the fist time. It called to me to recognized something within myself that I did not even know existed; however. though the exact way to approximate an understanding of what it meant to be hovered beyond my awareness, I knew that only by questioning or doubting could any real learning take place. ... I will suspend this line here, but I want to emphasize that in essence I endorse the dialectic process as that necessary element of antithetical reasoning that elevates one's being-- an expectation that emanates toward my students.