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Breanne Garrett, M.A.

Assistant Teaching Professor of Mathematics | Division Co-Chair

Once featured in the local newspaper as Educator of the Week, Professor Breanne Garrett knows how to best teach mathematics to people of all ages and skill levels. She spends a lot of time reading about and attending professional development seminars on methods of instruction, especially in mathematics, and she likes to use a variation of Inquiry Based Learning, Japanese Lesson Study, and strives to provide curriculum relevant to current students. With generous office hours and a willingness to meet outside of them, Professor Garrett wishes to help every student at William Penn succeed.

She also realizes the value William Penn University places in each and every student. “I think our process of communication with a troubled student is amazing for a higher education institution,” she said. “As soon as a student starts sliding, notifications are sent out to the at-risk coordinators, the advisors, other invested faculty members, coaches, etc. so that we all can do everything we can to help those students.”

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  • B.A., Mathematics, Central College
  • M.A., Mathematics Education, University of Iowa
  • Master Educator License, Mathematics and Art, Grades 5-12, Iowa
  • Member of Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Iowa Math Teacher Educators
  • Mathematical Association of America (and the Iowa section of the organization)
  • South Central Iowa STEM Advisory Board Member
  • State Mathematics Leadership Team (Iowa)
  • Educator of the Week, Oskaloosa Herald, Summer of 2016
  • Intro to Abstract Math
  • Mathematics for Elementary Educators I & II
  • Numeric Reasoning I & II
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Linear Algebra
  • College Geometry
  • History of Mathematics
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