About Fraser...
Subject / Grade Honors Algebra 2
Room: Period 1: D103 Period 2:Library Period 3: B103 Period 4: B105 Period 5: C104
Phone: (480) 424-8000
Email: Fraser
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Welcome!

Welcome, I am excited for this upcoming year at ACP! You will find success by following a few important strategies. Come to class with a positive attitude and give maximum effort. Be ready and eager to participate and share in class or small group discussions. Ask for help when you need it, and be willing to help others. Stick to these guidelines, and we will have a great year learning and growing together!

My Education and Professional Background

I earned a Bachelor's of Science in Secondary Education, along with a major in mathematics, from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri in 2016. I worked as a teacher for several elementary level educational camps and after school programs, but this is my first full time teaching job. I also played golf for 4 years while in college, which has prepared me to coach the varsity golf team here at ACP.

My Educational Philosophy

As a first time teacher, I have accumulated a wealth of knowledge on the latest educational theories and practices. I have studied and practiced countless teaching strategies and methods that I believe will be beneficial in creating a positive learning environment. Through a great liberal arts education a Rockhurst University, a Jesuit institution, I have acquired a strong belief in social justice for all students. In terms of mathematical knowledge, I feel very confident in my ability to adapt my instruction for struggling students and challenge more advanced students. I believe that by connecting with students on a personal level I can help them gain confidence in themselves in and out of the classroom.
 

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