My name is Amanda Brown and I’ve always been fascinated with the process of learning new things. As a learner, I’ve found that to be successful in learning you need to be engaged with the activity; I find myself loving something more as I ask questions and find connections to other subjects.
At BYU-Idaho I completed a bachelor’s degree in English with a split minor in education and art. I tutored for two math reasoning classes for elementary education majors while in college. As a tutor I saw my students become more confident in their own abilities and more excited to be teachers themselves. I have developed sensitivity for understanding needs and filling my students’ needs.
I enjoy spending time with my husband and two-year-old boy, reading, cooking, running, playing the piano, hiking, drawing, and playing the viola in the Murray Symphony.