The Faces of Education - Episode 2

Meet Rosa Bellu

Meet the awesome educators at Hudson! We'll be featuring 1 teacher a day with our fast-five questions. If you see them in the hall, say hi. Now you know a little more about each other!

What do you teach?

11th grade Math/Science Special Education & 9-12 grade Advisor.

Why education ?

The most important reason why I teach is to witness the spark when a student gets the topic. And, educating others gives me the chance of being a life-long learner, and to laugh almost every day.Education played a vital role in my life; I'm the first one in entire family to graduate from college. I enjoy asking students: How can you decide your future without learning about the different things the world has to offer?

Why Hudson?

Today, technology plays a important role in education and communication. At Hudson HS, the traditional passive learning mold is broken! The use of technology is encouraged and it becomes a valuable learning tool. It's a great way to reach diversity in learning styles and prepares the students for the skills that are required in their future careers.

First impression of staff?

Overall everyone at Hudson has been very welcoming and helpful. Thank you all.

The eleventh grade team is great and we have a wonderful team leader. Anne Taliaferro is a fantastic teacher and an incredibly down to earth and humble person.

Hope for the year?

To spread math around the school through cross-curriculum lessons.

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