Nicole Rogers is a Mathematics Coach at The Institute for Excellence in Education where she coaches teachers to improve instruction and provide a safe and positive learning environment. Nicole strongly supports differentiating instruction in the classroom. She believes that each student is unique and has a brain that is unique to that individual and when a lesson is differentiated when taught in a safe, positive learning environment to meet the needs of each student the student can and will succeed.
Nicole taught middle school mathematics for almost 15 years in South West Detroit. From 2006 – 2011 she worked with Saginaw Valley University to develop curriculum maps and pacing guides to align with Michigan State Standards and Benchmarks. She has also presented Strategies to Engage the ADHD Learner at 2011 Michigan Conference on Differentiated Instruction for Middle and High School Educator and Differentiated Instruction – we all do it! at the 2012 – 2013 Leona Kick-Off.
Nicole earned her Master’s of Arts degree in Teaching in 2009 with a Major in Teaching Middle school, the Study of Adolescence from Saginaw Valley University and a Bachelor of Arts in Teaching with a major in Mathematics from Wayne State University.
Nicole enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. She also enjoys playing in the snow with her kids when there is snow on the ground in Michigan.