Mr. Enrico is a 2002 graduate of Bucknell University with a B.S. in Physics after which he earned his teaching certification in 2005 through New Jersey's Alternate Route program. This is his fourteenth year teaching in North Bergen High School, where he currently teaches courses in calculus-based physics, algebra-based physics, and engineering.
He believes that the classroom should be a place of open dialogue and experimentation, that students should be encouraged to take ownership of their learning, and that mathematical reasoning and statistical fluency are critical for making well-informed decisions in an increasingly data-driven world.
He's currently obsessed with Python, data science, machine learning, and geometric algebra. In his free time, he enjoys gaming (both tabletop and console), cycling, and being a jungle gym for his infant daughter, Cordelia.