Noam Pillischer is a graduate of Clarkson University (B.S., 2004) where he studied Software Engineering, and SUNY Cortland (M.ED., 2007) where he studied Math Adolescent Education. Noam is a high school math and science teacher at the Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women in Brooklyn, New York where he has been teaching since 2007. Noam was a permanent substitute teacher at Bushwick school for Social Justice prior to his appointment with Urban Assembly. His teaching experience includes Integrated Algebra, Physics and Biology. Noam also runs two after school programs: robotics for middle and high school students and games for middle school students. Noam’s primary interest is helping his students find careers in STEM fields and fostering independence in learning.
Personal Introduction to Learning Cultures
The Mechanisms of Unison Reading
Changes in Students
Changes in Classroom Culture
Approach to Standards