About Saidler...
Subject / Grade Pre-Calculus, Algebra 2, and Lift Lab
Room: room 422 for Pre-Calc and Algebra 2 and room 416 for Lift Lab
Phone: (480)812-7700
Email: Saidler
"If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is."
-- John von Neumann

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I am thrilled that you will be in my math class this year! We are going to learn new and exciting things together. This is my 26th year of teaching mathematics (9 years in IL and 16 years in WI) and this is my first year teaching at Chandler High School. I am very passionate about teaching mathematics and I enjoy using technology as much as I can. I use Educreations, Google classroom, Google drive, Google docs, Google apps, Remind app, Exam View, and TI-Smartview for graphing calculators.

My Education and Professional Background

My undergraduate degree, I received an academic and athletic (softball and basketball) scholarship to attend Culver-Stockton College. There I graduated with my Bachelor of Science degree in teaching 6-12 mathematics. My graduate degree was earned from National Louis University. There I graduated with a Masters of Art in Leadership and Curriculum. I have also attended post-graduate classes at U of WI-Madison, U of WI-Parkside, U of WI-Milwaukee, U of IA, Alverno and Carthage College.

My Educational Philosophy

I think it is very important to work together as a classroom family. We will be spending a lot of time together so it is important to treat each other with respect, kindness, and compassion. I know that each of you have a different learning style. It is my job as your teacher to help you grow as a learner and as a person of good character. My pledge: I will push you to learn. I will require your best, and I will give you my best. In return, I expect you to work your hardest and to never give up.

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