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Hometown: Ellsworth, Maine
Experience: 13 years teaching high school math and 2 years as an instructional coach before joining Carnegie Learning
Why Carnegie Learning? "It is truly about learning at our company. Teachers love to teach once they see the difference in their classrooms."
Fun Fact: "I was a college soccer player."
"This is the most helpful professional development that I have ever attended. Everything I've learned I will be able to use in my classroom this year. Sue was very knowledgeable and modeled the Socratic teaching method well."
"Sue was awesome. She was very helpful and provided numerous teaching strategies and activities that will help."
"Sue Hamilton was an extraordinary facilitator, she was knowledgeable and extremely helpful. I learned a huge amount."
"This professional development has been so refreshing! I've learned many new strategies for my teacher toolkit, and I've reviewed a lot of the math concepts I love (but may have forgotten). Thank you for everything!"
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