Julia Rowny

Mathematics Teacher

Julia Rowny has been teaching middle and high school math for 12 years, having previously taught at Hopkins School in New Haven, CT and at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ, where she served as the department chair. She holds a BA in Mathematics from Kenyon College and an EdM in Learning and Teaching from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Ms. Rowny is particularly interested in creating student-centered, discovery-based classrooms and supportive teaching communities. In addition to thinking math is flat-out cool, she also believes we can learn a lot about ourselves through solving complex problems. She likes to bring these skills to bear outside of her teaching life through solving puzzles, playing video games, surviving on long-distance hikes, and attempting to learn every craft she possibly can.

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