About Fernandez...
Subject / Grade AP Statistics and Algebra 1
Room: C104
Phone: (480) 424-8054
Email: Fernandez
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-- Gerard Way

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Welcome!

Greetings! I am so excited to be a part of ACP this year. If you are looking for AP Statistics or Algebra 1 information, you've come to the right place - explore the content contained within. Always remember: Never give up. Practice, practice, practice. Ask questions!

My Education and Professional Background

I graduated from St. John Fisher College with a BA in Mathematics and a BA in Statistics. In spring 2018, I anticipate graduating from my Master's program with a degree in Secondary Math Education. I have two years of experience teaching 7th and 8th Grade math, including teaching Algebra and Geometry to advanced 8th Grade students. I also have prior experience teaching Algebra 2/Trigonometry, as well as Honors Pre-Calculus. During college, I also had the priviledge to complete a statistics internship for an educational data collection agency.

My Educational Philosophy

A teacher’s role is to support students academically through a safe, respectful, caring environment. Through dedication and tenacity of students, teachers, and parents, I believe all students are able to learn and achieve at their highest level. Students should be academically challenged to meet high expectations and teachers should be available and prepared to support and aid students in the pursuit of achieving those expectations. I believe for each student to find success they must have a desire to learn, ask questions, always try their hardest, and never give up. “You never fail until you stop trying.” ~Albert Einstein
 

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