I am a passionate educator with a vision to enlighten future leaders. Teaching math for me isn’t about getting the right answer or simply memorizing formulas, rather it is about understanding the concepts and relating it to the real world. Thus, I teach math through real life experiences to make learning meaningful and practical for students to implement during their discovery-based learning and in everyday life. While I do my best to bring purpose to learning, I also stress the importance of having the right attitude to learn. With the growth mindset approach, students are able to recognize that everything you don’t know is something you can learn. Math can be a challenging subject; however, every expert was once a beginner, and it is important to acknowledge the fact that the process of learning may not be easy, but it’ll eventually be worth it. Every lesson is designed with a positive attitude to bring purpose to all activities to be a driving force to students’ learning. I educate my students to be independent thinkers and persevere through every difficulty with a mindset to grow. Ultimately, the value in student growth is something that should be at the forefront of our motives and actions. Understanding that growth is a gradual process is essential in meeting the various needs of each individual student, thus, giving them the tools to think critically and develop into independent learners.