Robin Moore is currently the PreK-8 Math Coordinator for Regional School District #6 in Connecticut as well as one their Math Instructional Coaches. Prior to focusing the last five years on mathematics, she had taught 1st and 5th grade for twelve years in Milford, CT. Robin is passionate about modeling a growth mindset for her students and colleagues; she is always on the look-out for ways to help build an understanding and love of mathematics. She actively participates in multiple organizations such as the CT Core Advocates, Connecticut Council of Leaders of Mathematics, and Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut. In addition, she loves to share her experiences at various conferences such as ATMNE, NCTM, and NCSM.
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