This page exists mostly for identification purposes so people who know me can find me. It's maintained infrequently.
Currently in the Mathematics Department, Lexington High School
- Mathematics Department Head and Teacher, 1994-present
I have taught mathematics at Lexington High School since 1994 and became Department Head in 2012. I lead a great team of math teachers and currently teach 10th grade Math 3 myself (in 2016-2017; previously: everything from Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC and AP Computer Science). Here are my department, teacher, course, and old (pre-2012) pages. There's a bit of twitter use @kkellylhs and @lexhsmath.
Previously at the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University
- Assessment task development, Balanced Assessment in Mathematics project, 1994-2003
- Lecturer on Education, "Teaching Mathematics/Science" course, 2001-2002
- Ed.M. in Teaching and Curriculum, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1994
- M.S. in Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993
- B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science,
Rutgers College, 1990
I led the college's New Student Orientation program.
I was named to Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Mu Epsilon, and (oddly enough) Cap and Skull.
- Verona High School, NJ, 1986
- MAA Sliffe Awards for Distinguished High School Teaching, 2001 and 2004
- National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification and Massachusetts Master Teacher, 2000
- Amy and I have two children, born in 2006 and 2007.
- Present: Hancock United Church of Christ where I play piano at the informal Sunday service "The Well".
- Past: Hope Central Church (UCC/DOC), First Church, Bedford (UCC), Arlington Street Church (UUA), Paulist Center (liberal Catholic)
- Bedford, MA (2006-present)
- Arlington, MA (1994-2006)
- Cambridge and Somerville, MA (1990-1994)
- New Brunswick, NJ (1986-1990)
- Verona, NJ (1968-1990)
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