My style is truly a blend of all my past experiences which include traditional mathematical instruction, Montessori mathematical instruction, and my own classroom experimentation.
This means heavy use of materials and practice as ways for students to teach and retain these algorithms on their own and meaningful, practical application of their skill learning. These projects aren't just interesting explorations but aim to teach the students an adult skill, allowing them to dabble in what an adult occupation would be like. This is their primary job as adolescents; role-playing to practice as an adult.
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Bachelor of Arts in Educational Psychology with a Minor in Research Statistics
Master's of Secondary Education with emphasis on Intrinsic Motivation and Cognition
AMI/NAMTA Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies
Elizabeth Seney currently lives in Northeast Ohio with her new baby daughter and husband. She loves writing math projects that provide meaningful work for adolescents and combine Montessori principles with rigorous mathematical standards. Her goal is to provide the most engaging math instruction for any child that is feasible for any classroom.
In her free time she loves traveling, reading, and taking walks with her family. She also enjoys working on many of the fine and practical arts including drawing, painting, ceramics, sewing, cooking, and making Montessori infant materials.