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Subjects Taught
Algebra I

Education

College, Michigan State University
Bachelor of Science Major in Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts In Secondary Education
1998-2002

High School, Hartford High School
Math Olympiad Champion 1997-1998
Student Council President
Valedictorian (4.0 GPA)
1994-1998



Experience

Math Teacher, 2006 – Present
St. Joseph High School, St. Joseph, MI

Responsibilities:

  • Taught three mathematic sections including Statistics, Trigonometry, and Statistics
  • Created comprehensive lesson plans incorporating various methods of teaching to ensure pupils are actively engaged and understand the materials
  • Collaborated with colleagues to integrate new activities and allocate effectively the available resources
  • Developed and introduced an enrichment program for students who were not quite equipped to move on to the next level
  • Served on the Math Department’s Planning Board

Math Teacher, 2004 – 2006
Hastings High School, Hastings, MI

Responsibilities:

  • Handled mathematics classes including Introduction to Calculus and Introduction to Trigonometry, as well as Geometry and Algebra classes
  • Implemented stimulating lessons to engage students’ attention and interest, allowing them to develop a passion for the subject
  • Utilized several teaching methods and techniques to guarantee the solid understanding of concepts introduced and taught
  • Offered after-school tutoring to aid struggling students to improve their academic performance
  • Participated in student-teacher conferences, meetings, and professional development seminars

Substitute Teacher, 2003 – 2004
Hartford High School, Hartford, MI

Responsibilities:

  • Served as a substitute and instructed students throughout the whole school in all core subjects
  • Implemented planned lessons in a refreshing and stimulating manner so as to facilitate all styles of learning and promote active class participation
  • Maintained up-to-date student files and records and communicated regularly with classroom teacher
  • Promoted a focused and disciplined learning milieu for maximum efficiency and productivity
  • Volunteered to supervise after-school activities  and offered after-school tutoring for struggling students


Bio

Jane Doe began her career in education as a high school math teacher in 2003 in Fairfax, VA. Jane has taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Geometry Honors, Algebra 2, and Math Analysis. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a master’s degree in Education both from George Mason University. She competed on George Mason University’s Division 1 women’s soccer team. At Mimio Interactive Teaching Technologies, she created and ran the Professional Development program, including creating online training modules, direct in person trainings, and a global social network of teachers. After three years with Mimio, she has returned to the classroom and is currently teaching high school math in Marty, SD. She has been a presenter at numerous education conferences, to include FETC, NCTM, TCEA, and NECC. She also has written a series of elementary mathematics workbooks.

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