|Subject / Grade||Pre- Algebra, Calculus BC and College Algebra|
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Welcome to Arizona College Prepatory. I am Ms. Mohr and I teach both Mathematics and Computer Science in order to best serve ACP students; I teach seventh through twelfth graders in classes ranging from Pre-Algebra to Calculus BC as well as Software Engineering.
My Education and Professional Background
I earned a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics from Arizona State University and my Master's in Education in Secondary Education and Arizona Teaching Certificate from Arizona State University. I meet the highly qualified requirements set by the State of Arizona and also hold an SEI endorsement on my 7 - 12 Teaching Certificate. I have attended the College Board AP Summer Institutes for both AB and BC Calculus to be current on the AP curriculum and test. In addition to being a certified Teacher, I am a certified Master Tutor from the College Reading and Learning Association with over 1000 hours experience tutoring prior to teaching. I have tutored both Mathematics and Computer Science. I tutor all levels of Mathematics from basic arithmetic to Calculus and Differential Equations along with the programming languages of Java and C++. I have been actively involved with Mathematics Clubs at both Mesa Community College and Arizona State University as an officer in both clubs.
My Educational Philosophy
It is my responsibility to ensure that all students have the opportunity to learn. Students must be both physically and mentally present to learn. I believe that with the proper learning environment, attitude and a lot of practice all students are capable of success. It is my responsibility to provide a learning environment that is predictable and focused on the goal of deep understanding. It is my belief that students are ultimately responsible for themselves. In choosing a behavior, students also choose the consequences that follow whether the consequences are positive or negative. No student has the right to infringe on a classmates learning.
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