I graduated from a public high school and then majored in mathematics at college. They would not let me be a student forever, so I became a teacher to stay in school! During my first years as a teacher, I earned a master's degree in mathematics teaching.
I have taught the range of school mathematics topics, from arithmetic to calculus and geometry to statistics, and for fun I taught English classes as well. I wrote a series of graphing calculator guides, served as an AP Calculus reader and...
I graduated from a public high school and then majored in mathematics at college. They would not let me be a student forever, so I became a teacher to stay in school! During my first years as a teacher, I earned a master's degree in mathematics teaching.
I have taught the range of school mathematics topics, from arithmetic to calculus and geometry to statistics, and for fun I taught English classes as well. I wrote a series of graphing calculator guides, served as an AP Calculus reader and consultant, and was awarded for distinguished high school mathematics teaching. Cornell University honored me as an outstanding educator.
I have considerable experience teaching mathematics to students whose first language is not English. I have a strong commitment to equity and to the importance of mathematics as part of a liberal education.
I like helping students become successful. I especially like introducing students to topics that are new to them. My favorite subjects are functions and trigonometry and using technology to learn mathematics.
I would be happy to work with you and help you become successful in your study of mathematics.