Joslyn M. Vilabrera is a 4th-grade teacher at Forsyth Woods Elementary. She has been an educator at Orange County Public School for 17 years. She is the mother of three, two sons and one daughter. Her future aspiration is to become a principal. Joslyn earned her bachelor’s degree in K-6 Elementary Education at Auburn University. She then earned a master’s degree in K-8 Mathematics and Science at the University of Central Florida (UCF). Currently, Joslyn is a fellow in the Noyce Program at UCF. One thing she is excited about, being part of the Noyce Program, is to be instrumental in helping her district be the top producers of mathematical thinkers. Also, to help students and teachers see the wonder, joy, and beauty of mathematics in their everyday lives. Some of her accomplishments include being recognized as Teacher of the Year in 2011 for Winegard Elementary School where she was a 1st-grade teacher. She was also the math liaison between Rosemont Elementary School’s 5th-grade teachers and the OCPS district mathematics department for two years. At Rosemont Elementary, Joslyn started a morning discussion group called the Breakfast Club for students with behavioral issues. Her program provided the students with alternative ways to settle arguments along with leadership skills.