A Blog by Carnegie Learning
Our Master Math Practitioners are out working with teachers to transform classrooms all over the country, day in and day out. We're super proud of them, and want to help you get to know them a little better!
Hometown: Goodlettsville, TN
Experience: Special education teacher for 9 years, middle school math teacher for 16 years, Instructional Coach for 3 years, and Math Coordinator for the Tennessee Department of Education for 2 years before joining Carnegie Learning.
Why Carnegie Learning? "Everyone here is passionate about teachers and students being successful. Carnegie Learning is developing conceptual understanding first rather than only teaching procedures. Math is now making sense for teachers and kids."
Fun Fact: "I love to cook, and I once got to cook alongside Curtis Stone."
"Christi is amazing. She was excellent in people skills and content presentation. I enjoyed it so much!"
"Christi is incredibly knowledgeable and engaging! I wish more teachers in our district were exposed to this training and methodology. Excited to begin incorporating more and more of these processes and thinking in my classroom."
"I am walking away from this training with a confidence in my math ability that I have NEVER had before!!! Christi made sure that I felt that I COULD do it and that I would be able to do it with my students!! Thank you, Christi!!!"
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