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Hometown: Ridgeley, WV
Experience: 5 years as a Middle/High School Teacher, 2 years as a Middle and High School Principal, 2 years as a District Math Coordinator and 3 years as a National Science Foundation Math and Science Grant Project Director.
Why Carnegie Learning? "I believe in our product and I believe in our professional learning. Carnegie Learning provides ALL students access to mathematics."
Fun Fact: "I have three kids and two pugs."
"Traci is fantastic! I would recommend that all teachers experience this type of workshop opportunity with her as a facilitator."
"Had a great time! Traci was so laid back and very approachable! Loved her! Can't wait to make a few changes this year and see some major lightbulbs going off!"
"This has been a great week deepening my knowledge of decimals sense and operations. Traci presented the information in a way we could look through the student lens and the teacher lens. The strategies I have learned will be extremely beneficial to my classroom by making it more collaborative. This is my second year in a row with Traci and I hope to continue working with her in the future! Thank you!"
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Traci presented the information in a way we could look through the student lens and the teacher lens.