A mathematical problem is a problem that can be analyzed and solved. That skill can be applicable to any aspect.
Ms. Lauren Aubertine
Meet Ms. Lauren Aubertine, a Math teacher at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School. Ms. Aubertine has been a math teacher for 9 years and loves working with kids. Her favorite part of her job are the students and making learning fun and engaging. Ever since Ms. Aubertine was a child, she has always known that when she grew up, she would be a teacher.
Ms. Aubertine graduated Dartmouth High School. She believes that math is important to multiple aspects of life and that the skill of solving a mathematical problem is applicable to solving non-math questions. Ms. Aubertine wants to be able to run a class that infuses lecture and technology into a fun lesson that is applicable to students. She has been a teacher that prioritizes building relationships with students throughout her years working at GNBVT. Ms. Aubertine goes above and beyond everyday to help students in need and is often found after school helping her students who are struggling in math. In addition to teaching, Ms. Aubertine is also a coach for the Cheerleading team and has been participating in most of all the special GNBVT events. In her spare time, she likes to drive a motorcycle and was in a band. She likes to spend most of her time in functions and loves every minute of it. Ms. Aubertine’s is well known for her bubbly personality, her stories, and her commitment to students and the school community.