Spring 2020 Schedule:
I'm not teaching this year...I'm on a one-year leave of absence from WCPS while I serve as a Legislative Fellow in a US Congressional Office with the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program.
A note for new physics students:
Physics is interesting and full of wonder, but it can also be a very challenging subject and students can find themselves working on complex puzzles. Often a great deal is discussed in each daily class and missing a single day can sometimes significantly affect learning. I suggest you work ahead as much as you are able, stay current on assignments, and ask for help sooner rather than later. Many students come in before or after school or set up study groups to work with other students and me on homework--take advantage of this additional time to check answers and ask questions. Some days there are peer tutors available for physics tutoring--ask me or your guidance counselor for details.
If you have questions, don't hesitate to email me.
My school email is not active right now, but you can still reach me at the email links on this page.
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