Jennifer Dean


University of California, Santa Cruz- BA Psychology

University of Pittsburgh- Global Studies (Semester at Sea Program)

San Joaquin County Office of Education- Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

California State University, Stanislaus- Master’s Degree Education with Distinction/Preliminary Administrative Credential.


Educational Philosophy:

My educational philosophy is that education is transformational. It is my life mission to change lives through empowering students, teachers and the surrounding community. It is a personal thrill to see students overcome challenges and discover what is possible within themselves.

Boromporn Barbara Lertpaichaiyon


UCLA – Bachelor of Arts (sociology); Cal State, Los Angeles – Masters of Arts (Education Leadership); Western Governors University – Masters of Arts (Mathematics)

Teaching Philosophy:

I truly believe that all students can learn. Math is not the easiest subject for most students. However, just the same for other subjects, an effective delivery of instruction is needed to meet the different types of learners: auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. I use a variety of ways to teach math by making the subject fun and meaningful to students. Students are able to learn and retain the materials better if what they learn can be readily applied to real life situations. I also believe that the idea of “small, but often” assessments is a vital part of the teaching and learning process. Formal or informal evaluation should be consistent and frequent. This allows both teacher and students to assess and to reflect upon the mastery of the materials.

Benjamin Michael Castro


University of California at Los Angeles, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

Teaching Philosophy:

I teach because I love knowledge. New knowledge is best but all knowledge is enduring. I want my love of knowledge to be contagious. I love the structure of learning at Pacific View. We put the emphasis on you. How do you learn best? At what hours? What are your strengths? Then we let you grow by failing and trying. Eventually, the journey is what gives us knowledge.