...A student may not understand why 0.3 is greater than 0.25, but they know why three dimes are worth more than two dimes and a nickel. Another is to present a simpler problem with the same concept, such as posing 1/3 + 1/4 to a student who answers 7/12 + 4/5 = 11/17. Yet another is to consider an extreme case. (read more)
...Have 12 college hours in science.
30 years of teaching elementary reading, writing and grammar in grades 3-5. Taught reading, English and writing skills for TEAMS, TABS, TAKS and TAAS state tests. Have 30 hours in reading and English. (read more)
...After leaving the navy, I became a nuclear equipment operator with Arkansas Nuclear One where I earned a commercial reactor operator’s license. I later earned a senior reactor operator’s license at Beaver Valley Nuclear Station near Pittsburgh, PA. I also qualified as a fire brigade commander, radiological worker, and advanced training instructor. (read more)