Regina Stewart

    Regina originally hails from Philadelphia, PA and moved to Colorado in 1997 to attend the University of Colorado, Boulder. She earned her degree in Architectural Engineering in 2002 and worked as a mechanical engineering consultant before realizing that her real passion was teaching. Regina earned her Master’s in Mathematics with an emphasis in teaching from the University of Northern Colorado in 2015. Regina began teaching in the Adams 14 School District and now teaches in Jefferson County School District. She taught high school math for a total of 15 years and is currently building a high school STEM program and teaching Engineering and Robotics.

    Regina has been tutoring since she was in high school and has tutored elementary through college students in math and science. She has a passion for working with students in a one-on-one setting and really helping them process through concepts and building sustainable understanding. She understands students’ needs to feel comfortable enough to take risks and share their thinking in order to move forward and emphasizes building trust with students. She has many years of experience working with Special Education students, providing differentiation and scaffolding to help them reach success. Regina also has experience with Gifted and Talented students and understands their unique social/emotional needs.

    Outside of teaching and tutoring, Regina spends time with her 16-year-old son and 11-year-old daughter and enjoys running and hiking.