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Mrs. Anne Sathuluri
I am very excited to start another year of teaching at Trailside Middle School. This will be my third year of teaching Mathematics in TMS and I will be teaching Math 6 and Foundations of Algebra this academic year. In the past, I taught Math 6, Math 6/7( Accelerated Math), Math 8, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Trigonometry. I have several years of part-time teaching and substituting experience for K-12 students.
I am originally from India and I graduated from Andhra University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Education in Math and Physics, and then went on to get my Master's in Pure Mathematics. I got Middle School Mathematics and Algebra 1 teaching licensure from Shenandoah University. I also did several computer programming courses from NVCC, Annandale.
I believe that math is all around us and there is nothing like a math person. We all learn math in different ways and at a different pace. My goal is to help everyone feel comfortable with math starting at where they are and helping them to grow confident in their mathematical skills. As an educator, I believe that mathematics is not just calculations, but it also teaches us the most important life skills such as patience, perseverance, and problem-solving. I hope to make learning mathematics fun and enjoyable by providing all the necessary tools for my students to be successful this year.
My favorite thing apart from teaching is to spend time with my family and friends. I also enjoy cooking and volunteering in various church activities. I live in Loudoun County with my husband of 22 years and two kids. My 17-year-old son is a Freshman at Virginia Tech and my 14-year-old daughter is heading to High Scool this year. Whenever we have time, we all love playing board games and watching sitcoms. Our favorite place to visit in this world is, India! As all our family is living there. This Summer we could not go anywhere because of the Pandemic. I look forward to meeting with all of you and having a great year!
Together let's start our journey to learn HOW to think, not WHAT to think to solve problems!