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Q256

(602) 7876646
 BA in Secondary Education Mathematics
 MA in Secondary Education Mathematics
 Intermediate Algebra (MAT 12x)
 College Algebra (MAT 15x)
 PreCalculus (MAT 187)
 Open Education Resources (O.E.R.)
 PVCC Residential Faculty since 2013
 PVCC Adjunct Faculty 20062013
 High School Faculty 20032013

Q266

(602) 7877914
 BA in Mathematics/Secondary Ed, Arizona State University
 MA in Mathematics/Secondary Ed, Arizona State University
 Intermediate Algebra, MAT12x
 Trigonometry, MAT182
 Brief Calculus
 Calculus
 Showing “real life” examples of mathematics, especially how Calculus can be used to help us understand and relate to the world around us.
 PVCC Residential Faculty since 2001
 Estrella Mountain Community College, 19992001
 Paradise Valley High School Mathematics Teacher

Q258

(602) 7877236
 BA Education, Arizona State University
 MA Education, Ottawa University
 Basic Arithmetic (MAT081)
 Introductory Algebra (MAT091)
 Intermediate Algebra (MAT121)
 Precalculus (MAT187)
 Calculus (MAT220)
 All math from Developmental through Calculus interests me.
 PVCC (residential faculty since 2005)
 High School Math Teacher (starting in 1983)

Q269

(602) 7876825
 Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics, Northern Arizona University
 Master of Education in Educational Leadership, Northern Arizona University
 Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education, Saint Joseph's College
 Basic Arithmetic (MAT082)
 Introductory Algebra (MAT091/092)
 Intermediate Algebra (MAT120/121)
 College Mathematics (MAT142)
 College Algebra (MAT150)
 Open Educational Resources
 Developmental Mathematics
 Integrating Technology into Teaching
 Universal Design for Learning (Success by Design)
 PVCC, Residential Faculty (since 2012)
 GCC, Adjunct Faculty (20082012)
 University of Phoenix, Faculty (20112012)
 High School Mathematics Teacher (20012012)

Q255

(602) 7877912
 BS in Math Education
 MEd in Educational Psychology
 MAT 081
 MAT 09x
 MAT 142 Online
 I am interested in helping students reach their educational goals. I have a special interest in working with students who may feel unprepared or underprepared for college coursework.
PVCC Residential Faculty since 2015

Q267

(602) 7876714
 M.Ed, Secondary Mathematics Education, Northern Arizona University
 BAE, Secondary Mathematics Education, Arizona State University
 Introductory Algebra (MAT09X)
 Intermediate Algebra (MAT12X)
 College Algebra (MAT15X)
 PreCalculus (MAT187)
 Calculus I (MAT220)
 Calculus II (MAT230)
 Calculus III (MAT241)
 Linear Algebra (MAT225)
 Brief Calculus (MAT212/213)
 History & Philosophy of Math (MAT411)
 Number Theory, Integrating Technology into Teaching, Perception versus Reality, Test Anxiety, Objective Based Assessments, Emotional Intelligence
 PVCC, Residential Faculty
 ASU West, Faculty
 University of Phoenix, Faculty
 Shadow Mountain High School, Faculty

Q157

(602) 7876683
 BS in Math
 MBA
 MSW
 MAT140
 MAT091
 MAT120
I like working with students who struggle to learn math.
PVCC faculty since 2002.

Q254

(602) 7876676
 20082011 Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ
Ed.D. Education, Leadership and Innovation
Dissertation Title: Learning College Algebra by Creating Student Experts
Dissertation Committee: Dr. Ray E. Buss (Advisor), Dr. Ron Zambo, Dr. Phyllis J. Shaw  19921995
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ
M.A. Education  19731975
State University College at Geneseo
Geneseo, NY
B.A. Education  19711973
SUNY at Alfred
Alfred, NY
A.A.
Mat 081, Mat 092, Mat 120, Mat 142, Mat 151, Mat 182, Mat 187, Mat 220
I, like most instructors, believe that students should take responsibility for their own learning. Having said that, I want to assure you, that my goal is to be available as much as possible to help you achieve "your" goal. I believe that students learn best by teaching others, and by practicing.
As Einstein said, and I paraphrase: " I am not smarter than others, I just work longer on a problem." Students tend to give up too soon, or don't spend enough time learning. It's not enough to be able to plug in numbers and get an answer. The most important thing you can accomplish is to understand a problem and be able to problem solve to arrive at an answer. Employers are looking to hire problem solvers, and I will do my best to help you to become one.
 PVCC Residential Faculty since August of 1998
 Phi Theta Kappa Advisor since August of 2000

Q259

(602) 7876673
 Associate of Arts, Ozarks Technical Community College
 Bachelor of Science in Education, Secondary Mathematics Emphasis, Missouri State University
 Master of Science in Education, Secondary Mathematics Emphasis, Missouri State University
 MAT122  Intermediate Algebra
 MAT 187  Precalculus
 Math Study and Success Skills
 Math Test Preparation Skills
 FirstGeneration College Student
 National Science Foundation Teaching Undergraduate Fellowship
 National Science Foundation Teaching Graduate Fellowship
 Arizona Science Foundation Aerospace Engineering Internship
 Freelance Textbook Proofing & Reviewing for Pearson
 Missouri Community College Association Faculty Innovation Award
 Phi Theta Kappa Scholar of the Year
 Phi Theta Kappa Mentor Honoree
 Conference Presenter and Keynote Speaker
 National Public Radio Guest, Morning Edition program
 FirstGeneration College Students at Ozarks Technical Community College  Group Founder

Q263

(602) 7876672
 B.S., Mathematics, University of Miami (Florida)
 M.S., Mathematics Education, Syracuse University
 MAT120 Intermediate Algebra
 MAT121 Intermediate Algebra
 MAT122 Intermediate Algebra
 Interested changing students perception of mathematics.
PVCC Mathematics Faculty since 1989

(602) 4236775
 BA Math, Indiana University
 MS Financial Engineering, University of Michigan
 MA Applied Economics, University of Michigan
 CFA
 MAT 081, 091, 121, 141, 151, 182, 187, 212, 217
 Finance, economics, applications of mathematics, math as a language
 PVCC (adjunct since 2014)
 Financial writer on SeekingAlpha.com ("TheBalanceOfTrade")

(716) 9039655
 Bachelor of Science, Mathematics & Business
 Bachelor of Science, Mathematics Education
 Masters of Science, Curriculum & Instruction
 MAT 081, 091, 151
 Enjoy working with students fr which math does not come easy to them
 Teaching Interest/Philosophy: Teaching is more about connections vs content. I like to state that I do not teach math, but rather I teach young adults
 Employed at PVCC since 8/16

(610) 8038660
 BS. Engineering 1974 San Diego State University
 MS Systems Engineering 2009 Missouri University of Science & Technology
 MAT081 Basic Arithmetic
 MAT082 Basic Arithmetic
 MAT092 Introductory Algebra
 MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications
 MAT112 Mathematical Concepts/Applications
 Developmental Mathematics
 19741979 Mechanical Engineer, General Dynamics
 19791984 U.S. Marine Corps. Artillery Officer
 19842013 Mechanical Engineer at various companies, including Boeing. Production Support and Design Engineering for Defense, Chemical Processing, Agriculture and Consumer Products Industries.
 Licensed in Pennsylvania as a Professional Engineer.
 B.S. Mathematics Education, Biology minor
 M.S. Mathematics
 MAT108
 MAT151
 MA187
 Helping students understand Math.
 Adjunct Faculty Association

(602) 7876670
 AA, Palo Verde Community College
 BS, University of Arizona
 MA, Northern Arizona University
 College Mathematics (MAT141)
 I enjoy adapting the curriculum that I teach to all levels of student ability. I have adapted MAT141 for blind students.
 PVCC (Adjunct Faculty since 2011)

(602) 7876670
 BAE, Secondary Math Education, Arizona State University
 M Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, Arizona State University
 Basic Arithmetic (MAT081/082)
 Introductory Algebra (MAT092)
 Tutored Math (MAT108)
 Intermediate Algebra (MAT121/122)
 College Mathematics (MAT142)
 College Algebra (MAT151)
 Investigating Quantity: Number, Operations and Numeration Systems (MAT256)
 I love teaching math at all levels.
 PVCC Math Adjunct since 2007
 MASTER OF ARTS, MATHEMATICS EDUCATION, Western Governors University, Arizona
 POST BACCALAUREATE TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAM, Kennesaw State University, Georgia
 BACHELOR OF ARTS, ARCHITECTURE, Silva e Souza School of Architecture and City Planning, Brazil
 MAT08x
 MAT09x
 MAT14x
 MAT15x
 MAT18x
 Teaching Mathematics and Online Instruction
 PVCC adjunct since 2017
 Secondary Mathematics Instructor since 2000 at Foothills Academy College Preparatory  currently teaching PVCC Dual Enrollment courses.
 Masters of Arts in Applied Mathematics (Arizona State University)
 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Arizona State University)
 MAT 092  MAT 262 (Intermediate Algebra to Calculus I, II, III & Differential Equations)
 Enjoy working with all students at all levels.
 PVCC: tutor since 1997
 PVCC: adjunct instructor since 2004

(602) 7876670
 MA, Educational Leadership, Northern Arizona University
 BA, Mathematics, Ottawa University
 MAT12x, MAT151
 Helping students overcome the fear of mathematics and discover their hidden mathematical abilities.
 PVCC adjunct faculty since 2009
 M.ED. University of North Dakota
 MAT092
 MATH 092
 PVCC (Adjunct Faculty since 1989)

(602) 6396386
 BS  Environmental Resource Management
 EdM  Mathematics Higher Education
 MBA  Finance/Economics
 College Algebra (MAT 150)
 Brief Calculus (MAT 213)
 Mathematical Analysis for Business (MAT 218)
 Linear Algebra (MAT 225)
 I am very interested in the application of mathematics to the fields of finance and economics.
 I have been actively involved in the aviation industry as a pilot as well as various management positions for over 25 years. I have flown thousands of flights throughout the Southwestern United States, including flights over the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley and Lake Powell. I have also enjoyed working as an Alaskan Bush Pilot flying DeHavilland Beaver floatplanes throughout Southeastern Alaska, and as a medical air ambulance pilot flying a Learjet 35 throughout the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

(602) 7876670
 BA Chemistry/Biology from the University of New Mexico
 MA Secondary Mathematics Education from Northern Arizona University
 Ph.D. Education with focus on Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability in Educational Institutions from Walden University
 Basic Arithmetic (MAT08X)
 Intermediate Algebra (MAT12X)
 Mathematics for Teachers (MAT256/257)
 Reading's Influence on Student Success in Mathematics, Specifically Developmental Mathematics Students
 Institutional Decision Making's Influence on Faculty, Staff, and Student Success
 PVCC (2000 to present)
 U of Phoenix (2000  2005)
 ASUWest (20042006)
 Prescott College (20002002)
 PVUSD (1988  2010)
 MA Instructional and Curriculum Design, U. of Phoenix
 BS Mathematics, Grand Canyon University
 MAT 14X, MAT 15X, MAT182
 Mathematics Education
 PVCC adjunct faculty since 2009.

(480) 8098231
 Undergraduate: Electronics Engineering
 Graduate: MBA in Finance
 MAT09x, MAT12x, MAT14x
 Secondary: Algebra 12, Algebra 34, Geometry, Physics
 Mathematics
 Adjunct faculty since 2015.