Trevor’s love for school and passion for learning inspired him to become an educator. He started his teaching career in youth housing, where he developed curriculum and lessons on life skills. This experience led him to the belief that students are more engaged when they are able to make positive and meaningful connections with their teacher, their peers, and with what they are learning. Now as a middle-years teacher, he seeks to continue helping students make these positive connections both inside and outside of the classroom. As an HP Teaching Fellow, Trevor is excited to try new tools and approaches for teaching, and share his passion for learning with like-minded educators.
“Teachers can be agents of change in their communities by taking chances, by being curious, by not falling victim to the trap of being stale and stagnant. Just because you haven’t tried something, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t. Take chances. Make mistakes. It’s okay! But take the chance.”
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