Parents and StudentsAttached is my annual math newsletter, MathBytes-2018 that is packed with classroom pointers, expectations, and information.
Biography:The 2018-2019 academic year marks my nineteenth year in education, my sixteenth year with Loudoun County Public Schools and my fourteenth year teaching mathematics. I hold a teaching license in middle school mathematics and Algebra I. I completed my undergraduate degree at Barnard College in New York. While working in human resources for a local university, I completed graduate degree work in Labor Law with Empire State College before moving into education. Later, I completed a Master's of Curriculum and Instruction in Technology at George Mason University.Teaching Philosophy:It is a privilege to help students understand mathematics. I am committed to guiding students to be independent problem solvers. This guidance involves helping students to search and sort out math knowledge given a problem, to analyze and understand the problem in context, and then devise or create a reasonable solution to the problem. I strive to help students understand the link between concepts learned and the real world.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCall: 571-252-2140;
A-Days: 2:30 to 3:23 pm;
B-Days: 12:30 to 1:30 pm.Algebra Clinic: Wednesday's After School in B2
Algebra Clinic Dates 9/18 - 12/18Sept 19 Room B2 (Bradley)October 8 Room B15 (Coffman)October 24 Room B2 (Bradley)November 7 Room B2 (Bradley)November 19 Room B15 (Coffman)December 5 Room B2 (Bradley)December 10 Room B15 (Coffman)
High School Course Test PolicyWe follow the high school test time frame. All tests must be completed within the block the test is administered.