I teach high school mathematics in Minnesota. I want to explore ways to use Sophia in my classroom.
I am a junior high math teacher, an assistant varsity baseball coach and also serve as the junior high math league advisor at a Catholic school in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. I reside in south Minneapolis with my wife and our two children. St. Mary’s University, B.A., Education K-8 with emphasis on Mathematics, 2000; Marygrove College, M.A., Art of Teaching Middle School Mathematics, 2009; member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; ten years teaching experience.
I am originally from a small town called Vacherie in Louisiana. I received my bachelor’s degree in education from the University of New Orleans and after teaching high school math for 4 years, returned to UNO for a Master’s Degree in Mathematics. I then began my PhD work at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and finally completed that in 1989. I have taught an online elementary statistics course for St. Leo University (Florida) for several years. I am currently employed as an instructor in the mathematics department at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minnesota, where I teach a variety of intro level mathematics course from developmental to college algebra.
I teach at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, MN. I am a former middle school teacher in the St Paul Public Schools. B.A. in Mathematics, Boston University, 1992 M.A. in Education, University of Michigan, 1994 Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, Michigan State University, 2005