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I expect to learn from my students as well as they learn from me.
What area do you teach?
Lower divisional courses
AA Liberal Arts
Doctorate Biblical Studies
Your philosophy of teaching:
My conviction on teaching is to meet every student where he/she is, and share the teaching/learning experience. I expect to learn from my students as well as they learn from me.
Why did you decide to teach?
One math instructor in high school sparked an interest for me, along with a desire to help others as I was helped
Obtained Missouri Life-time Secondary Education Certificate
Taught Freshman/Sophomore mathematics at St. Louis University Jesuit High School
Worked for the Defense Mapping Agency Aerospace Center (U.S. Government - Defense Department) as a Cartographer
Worked for Southwestern Bell/AT&T as mainframe computer software engineer
Taught Freshman/Sophomore mathematics at Normandy High School
Taught Freshman/Sophomore mathematics at Sikeston High School
Current teaching lower divisional mathematics courses at SEMO
Created a cartographic compilation for a NASA Project
President of Pi Mu Epislon Mathematical Honorary Society - St. Louis University 1975-1976
Organization with which you are involved
Most Recent/Notable Published Work
Dissertation for Biblical Studies
Best advice for students
Just take your time, do your work day-by-day, and ENJOY your education!