Stein Schreiber Lee
I am looking forward to being your math teacher this year! We will work hard to become awesome mathematicians, but we will also have a lot of fun.
I cannot wait for the quadratics unit this fall I have something special planned!
I am a veteran high school teacher with 14 years of experience.
Last year I was selected to review the Algebra II curriculum for an entire district. The previous summer I helped to review problems for the Algebra II TNReady EOC test at the state level. Three years ago I had a gubernatorial candidate visit my classroom. In 2016 I was selected by the State Collaborative on Reforming Education(SCORE) for the Tennessee Educator Fellowship to advocate for students and teachers.
Before I became a teacher, I was an R&D scientist. I spent 8 years working in industry. I brought in over half a million dollars in research grant money to the companies I worked for, received a number of patents, and presented at national conferences.
The reason why I have a Dr. in front of my name is that I have a doctoral degree in polymer engineering. A doctoral degree is what professors have who teach college. And polymer is another word for plastic. I bet you already know what engineering is. See you are already learning!
I have other interests outside of science and math; I once taught ballroom dance, I do Crossfit, I have been on mission trips to the Navajo Nation, Guatemala, Honduras, Cuba, and Kenya, and I mentor a young man in Ghana. Also, I am trying to learn more Spanish this year. I have an amazing wife, Señora Schreiber who teaches at The Park. My daughter is a freshman this year at Mt Holyoke College.
I also did this a few years ago with my students at the time.