Teach One, Learn One is the teacher professional development component of Making Awesome Things Happen (M.A.T.H.) 501c3 nonprofit organization.
M.A.T.H. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing mathematical proficiency among traditionally underrepresented students (African American, Hispanic, Native American, and Economically Disadvantaged). M.A.T.H. also aims to increase the number of women and minorities interested in and pursuing STEM careers.
M.A.T.H. provides professional development to train, develop, and equip teachers, especially teachers in schools with high populations of traditionally underrepresented students, to help students be successful in mathematics and academics overall. We provide research based, hands-on, nontraditional training opportunities related to all things mathematics, topics that effect students learning of mathematics, and culturally relevant and social justice pedagogies. M.A.T.H. strongly believes in implementing culturally relevant and social justice pedagogies to create independent and woke (alert to injustice in society) learners.
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in our on-site professional development opportunities.
Meet The Dream Team
Dr. Katina Thomas
Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in English Language Arts and Reading, Master of Education in Administration and Supervision, and Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
Dr. Johnitha Johnson
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Urban Education, Master of Science in Juvenile Forensic Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Dr. Sharon Deloach
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy, Master of Education in Education Administration and Curriculum and Instruction, Bachelor of Science in Health Science Administration and Education Generalist
Dr. LaToya Austin
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Mathematics Education, Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering, and Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematical Sciences
Master of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision, Bachelor of Science in Health Services
Master of Education with an emphasis in mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Dr. Tarcia Hubert
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Mathematics Education, Master of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics