Advisory Council Member
Robyn LaTorre is now in her third year teaching STEM to Upper Township Middle School’s entire population in Cape May County utilizing a self created curriculum titled “Designing for the Unknown World”. Her curriculum is grounded in students’ understanding, not only the world around them, but also the democratic processes that ensure our Republic.
Robyn’s passion for STEM has also enabled her to begin the creation of a professional development program for teaching and learning in the 21st century, which she hopes to patent and begin training and consulting with schools in the next 5 years alongside her husband, Mike.
Robyn graduated from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in 2010 earning two Bachelor Degrees; one in Mathematics and one in secondary Education. Earning her NJ secondary mathematics teaching certification, she worked for seven years at Pleasantville High School in Atlantic County, during which time she became Google Educator Certified, and earned her Masters in Curriculum & Instruction concentration STEM, coordinating a science and physics teaching certification in the process.