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My approach to teaching and mentoring is based in constructivist and experiential modalities. I believe we draw on our prior knowledge and experiences from familiar environments (natural or otherwise) enabling us to engage with the material and “construct” new knowledge during learning. I have a relational mentoring philosophy, in which I recognize that both mentor and mentee must purposefully contribute to yield an effective mentoring relationship and that both mentor and mentee have the potential to learn and grow from the mentoring relationship.
In this award-winning video, I describe a brief overview of Project TRUE (Teens Researching Urban Ecology), a program that I co-founded and managed for seven years.
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