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Erika Gilbert

Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Erika Gilbert started her teaching career in 2002 as a Math AIS teacher in the North Syracuse School District. She has always been passionate about teaching middle schoolers and loves working with math learners in Grades 5-7. Erika received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education, a 7-9 Math Extension, and a master’s in special education from SUNY Oswego.

For the past five years, she has supported her students using MATH 180 and has nominated 25 students for the 180 Awards. These nominations have resulted in multiple finalists and three national winners. Erika is very proud of her students for the hard work and effort they put into learning math.

 
Msc2019 Audience

Attending conferences can be an invaluable resource in a teacher's toolkit, presenting new opportunities to build relationships and expand a professional learning network.

Erika Gilbert
Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Msc20182

After attending the 2018 Model Schools Conference, three educators launched a plan to build stronger relationships between staff and students.

Erika Gilbert
Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Monica Fitzgerald
Reading AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Math Workshop

Considering a shift to the guided math workshop model? Read tips for implementing a math workshop in your elementary or middle school classroom.

Erika Gilbert
Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School