Mathematics for All
My teaching practice is aimed at providing a strong foundation in mathematics while experiencing authentic and interesting applications of the content.
My best lessons are carefully scaffolded while authentically applicable.
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I have spent most of my career in a large, urban district working with a 100% free lunch student population.
I have pivoted from course to course over the years, depending on the needs of the grade level and the school. In total I have taught 6 distinct courses: Algebra I, Algebra II, Applied Algebra, Financial Algebra, Statistics & Probability, and Pre-Calculus. I have also supervised advisory and the International Baccalaureate MYP 4 Project. Check out my content by course below.
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Most of my lesson downloads are editable. They come in the form of Word Docs or Power Points. This way you can customize them to meet the needs of your own students.
I joined TPT in June 2019.
For more complex tasks, I include answer keys or examples. If an answer key is not included in a product and you feel like you need one, please contact me and I will provide it.
I have a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts in English from The Ohio State University, along with a Master of Education in Urban Education from John Carroll University.
I have been trained in the New Tech Network’s Project Based and Problems Based Learning approach, the Facing History and Ourselves Scope and Sequence, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) Higher Level Maths track.
I worked as a research assistant for two and a half years while an undergrad at Ohio State. I worked in the math education department. I did my teaching fellowship at John Carroll University where I gained invaluable experience under the guidance of a project-based learning certified mentor teacher.