In 1974, I started teaching all subjects at the fifth-sixth grade level. I then moved to Barnes Elementary to the fourth grade in 1977, where I taught fourth, fifth and sixth grade for five years.
In 1982, I transferred to middle school mathematics and taught on a team with four teachers. We taught seventh grade students. At some point, another teammate and I moved to a team and taught a sixth, seventh, eighth class, keeping the students for three years. After a few years, we were asked to return to a seventh, eighth grade model, as the leadership decided to end the three year track. Throughout this time, I began to teach the algebra class, in addition to my other math classes. When I started, I did this before school, and then it became a sixth assignment. I also coached MathCounts for all interested sixth, seventh and eighth grade school students.
During the last five years of teaching on the Renaissance Team, the principal decided to put algebra on each team, so I now only had a class of 20 students, which was better than 30. The high school mathematics department told me that my students were always prepared for math when they entered the high school.
I received my Master's Degree in Educational Administration in 1991. I did my internship at Edmunds Middle School, and headed the committee of teachers, parents and administrators to change from homogeneous to heterogeneous grouping.
Starting in 1999, I participated in the first class of Vermont Mathematics Initiative so I could become a better mathematics teacher. Throughout my thirty-six years of teaching, I continued to take classes to keep current with practices and improve my teaching skills. My final class was a computer technology class that I took the year before I retired. I have a Wiki-spaces page allowing students access to homework help, or access to math websites for enrichment.
1990 Outstanding Vermont Teacher Award
1991 Master's Degree in School Administration, helping to establish instruction of classes using heterogeneous grouping
1997 Coach of State MathCounts Team competing in Washington D.C.
Served on many hiring committees for Edmunds Middle School
Taught fifth-sixth grade combination grade at Champlain Elementary
Taught fourth, and sixth grade class at Barnes Elementary
I majored in Spanish, minored in French, and studied elementary education.
I was married in 1967 and moved to Vermont, where I finished my education.
In 2000, I was a member of the first class of the Vermont Mathematics Initiative. Due to an injury, I didn't quite finish the program.
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