Currently teaching at Kamehameha Schools, Glenn is an experienced mathematics content and process teacher and trainer with a twenty-year history of working in the education and education management industry with a focus on maximizing the capabilities of children within their community. He moved to Hawai’i in 2017 after 5 years teaching in South Africa, after a ten-year stretch of teaching in NYC, where he met his husband. He is passionate about transformative education at all levels, unlearning assumed beliefs, and dad jokes.
Glenn’s research interests include maximizing the strengths of communities through global culture-based and place-based mathematics, developing and expanding pedagogic strategies that enable students and communities to engage in a critical examination of their place within a global community so they can decide how they can effect change. Because of his experiences in NYC, Uzbekistan, South Africa and Hawai‘i, he wants to reflect on ways to decolonize education pedagogy.
Global & International Education
B.A., Russian Languages. (1999)
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
M.S., Mathematics Education. (2004)
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, New York