While many teachers start careers education, one Seymour teacher has brought his past work experience in corporate America to the classroom to help illustrate for his students the importance of learning.
Mark Whisler, who teaches seventh grade mathematics at Seymour Middle School, said proportional thinking and problem solving skills make up the core of his classroom curriculum.
“I want anybody to be able to pick up a student’s paper and be able to follow the process,” he said.
Whisler said understanding the logic behind each solution is one of the key elements of learning the entire concept of the subject. It’s not just getting the correct answer.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.