Third Grade Math, Science, Social Studies teacher.
My name is Rebecca Oberg and I'm an English teacher (9th grade and Journalism) in Minneapolis specializing in the use of 21st century learning in the modern English/Language Arts classroom. Before teaching I attended the University of Minnesota, where I graduated Summa cum Laude with a BA in English Literature and Composition with minors in Geography and European Studies. I continued at the U of M, where I received my Masters of Education and licensure to teach English Communication Arts and Literature for grades 5-12. I have worked in urban and suburban schools, as well as with various other programs including Upward Bound. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy playing with my cocker spaniel dog Maggie as well as traveling, reading, learning Greek, and being an aunt to my two adorable nephews!
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
I am just an average Midwestern guy spreading some knowledge about the human body. I received my B.A. from the University of Wisconsin Superior and my M.A. from the College of St Scholastica. Right now. The classes I teach are: anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology, medical terminology, medical law & ethics, kinesiology. I started making these videos as supplements to the classroom a few months ago and have many more to make. In my spare time I play table tennis for the St Adalberts Table Tennis Club (SATTC) and also for the Duluth Table Tennis Club (DTTC). I also like to run, bike, swim, cook and read Stephen King novels when I get a chance.
Dr. La Vergne Lester Thatch is the founder and director of The Education STREaM, Inc. She began her teaching career in 1991, in the New York Public School System, as a paraprofessional. In 1993, Dr. Thatch became a secondary-level science and mathematics teacher. She planned instructional strategies that were appropriate to the needs and strengths of her students. Dr. Thatch developed and facilitated workshops in high school Mathematics, Science and ESL/Bi-Lingual workshops for parents in Mathematics. As Dr. Thatch worked diligently in the classroom with her students, over an eight year period, one of her greatest accomplishments was the development of The Thatch Method. Within The Thatch Method, the teacher and student roles are interchangeable. This effective method allows for a deeper level of science and mathematics learning. Dr. Thatch is known for her ability to go beyond the student’s difficulties in order to help him or her to achieve their academic goals. Throughout her career, she has worked tirelessly to build educational environments that truly foster learning. Dr. Thatch played an integral role in establishing and growing the online version of Texas Teacher Reading Academies (OTRA). Dr. Thatch earned her Bachelors of Engineering from Pratt Institute (1991) and Masters of Engineering degree from City College of New York (1998) in Mechanical Engineering, Specialist Diploma in School Administration and Supervision from Queens College New York (2000). Doctoral degree in Science and Mathematics Education with a specialization in Physics Education from The University of Texas at Austin (2008). She enjoys reading, writing and crafting. Dr. Thatch currently resides in Florida with her husband Stephen and their daughter Elke.