Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Rose

Together, students, teachers and families can achieve anything. I began teaching in 2010. Sometimes I have taught in Special Education, sometimes General Education. I love getting to know students and their families. In past years I have coached basketball, or started a fly-fishing club.

Here at C.S. Porter I am the directing teacher in the structured learning program. 

"The Structured Learning Program is a Special Education program dedicated to creating a safe, consistent, and predictable learning environment for students who require significant behavioral support within Missoula County Public Schools (MCPS). Students in SLP have been qualified to receive Special Education services through the formal evaluation process. Students may have a variety of disabilities and may have multiple disabilities. Some students have a history of trauma or are currently experiencing trauma in their lives.  All have been specifically evaluated in the area of behavior/social/emotional and the student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) team has agreed upon a center based placement. SLP case manager/teachers collaborate with general education teachers, related service providers, paraeducators, mental health staff, school administration, and other school staff to address the unique needs of SLP students and their guardians/families providing Free and Appropriate Education (FAPE) as required under IDEA."

I am inspired in my teaching by educators like Andrew Kutt from the Oneness Family School, and the teachers at the Tribal Youth Education Program in Idaho, or researchers like Jo Boaler, and Stacy York. I love cooking and fly fishing during my free time. 

I have taught in these locations:

  • Washington, D.C., 
  • Chicago, Illinois, 
  • Flagstaff, Arizona, 
  • Fort Hall, Shoshone-Bannock Reservation
  • Missoula, Montana!
  • Ryan Rosenfeld

    M.A. Education, Idaho State University

    B.A. Anthropology, The University of Chicago