Rob Hosier
Posts By Rob Hosier

Jarese Fauls

Jarese Fauls

Toddler Teacher Assistant

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My Stats: Started at TMA: 2015

David Reyes

David Reyes

Enrichment Computer Lab Teacher

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My Stats: Began Teaching: 2016 | Started at TMA: 2011

My Passions: Family, football, and cars

My Hobbies: Origami, gaming, sports, outdoors, and grilling

If you were only allowed one item and one food on a deserted island, what would you bring?

A hammock and a bacon burger.

What is your favorite Montessori material and why?

The pink block tower!

Pam Dunbar

Pam Dunbar

Latin Enrichment Teacher

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My Stats: Began Teaching: 4-6th Latin teacher—1999; 3rd Greek & Latin Roots—2001 | Started at TMA: 1995

My Passions: Boxster, dogs/cats/horse, flying pig collection

My Hobbies: Hanging out with family, friends, and my horse; quiet time

If you were only allowed one item and one food on a deserted island, what would you bring?

A Bible and coconut cream pie

What is your favorite Montessori material and why?

Golden Bead Demonstration Tray and 45 Layout. Who would have thought you could introduce place value to children younger than 5? Dr. Montessori did and created a plethora of hands-on materials that help children develop a mental model of how math works.

Valuing Diversity

National book award winner Andrew Solomon (Far From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity) discusses how teaching children to value diversity and accept differences can have a profound impact on society.

TMA was not just a school - it was our home.

"TMA taught my children how to be kind-hearted and independent individuals.

As a first-generation American who struglled to fit in at schools with little diversity, TMA's celebration of all cultures gave my children the joy of being proud of their background. I couldn't ask for more. Academically, they are always complimented on how bright and creative they are, and I'm forever grateful for the solid foundation they have received."

Former TMA Parent