Instructional Designer, Mathematics
As an instructional designer in STEM, Peter Cincotta plays a critical role developing CenterPoint’s high-quality assessments and providing curriculum and professional learning services.
Peter has over thirty years of experience in education at the classroom, district, and organizational level. Previously he was the secondary mathematics supervisor at Fredrick County Public Schools where he oversaw the middle and high school mathematics programs. He has also served as a mathematics assessment item writer for state and national mathematics assessments. Peter spent almost twenty years as a classroom educator, most recently as a resource teacher for the Office of Accountability, Research, and Testing at Baltimore County Public Schools. He also taught high school and middle school mathematics in Maryland.
Peter earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics education from The College of New Jersey, and his master’s in mathematics education from Towson University. In addition, he holds an advanced professional certification in secondary mathematics and an administrative certificate from the Maryland State Department of Education. Peter’s favorite teacher in school was Mr. Rahn because he sought to involve his students in the learning process, wasn’t afraid to make a mistake, and made his students laugh everyday.