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Goodrich, Brett
Mr. Brett Goodrich graduated from UConn with a B.S. in chemical engineering and a minor in chemistry, from the University of Norte Dame with an M.S. in chemical engineering, and received his teaching license through IUSB's transition to teaching program.

He is certified to teach math, chemistry, and physics, but will talk your ear off about space. Mr. Goodrich was awarded the 2015 Light of Learning Award. His guiding principle is to never turn away a student who wants to learn. He teaches calculus and believes that all students are capable of learning calculus, but that most won't like how much time it takes.

After the AP exam, students do a project he developed where we connect calculus to the arts. Check out his photo albums to see student examples. He teaches statistics with a focus on applications. No student has ever asked him when they will use statistics because he often brings in real world stats that he saw last week on the news. Probability and Statistics are designed for students interested in the social sciences and he uses his engineering background to introduce complex situations to the AP Statistics class.

As the Mathletics Director, he is excited to see new and former student faces come with the team to competitions at Trine, Huntington, and here at Saint Joe. He is almost always looking for a few more bodies for each competition (especially underclassman) so anyone who is interested should definitely contact Mr. Goodrich by email at bgoodrich@saintjoehigh.com

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I graduated from UConn with a B.S. in chemical engineering and a minor in chemistry, from ND with a M.S. in chemical engineering, and I received my teaching license through IUSB's transition to teaching program. I am certified to teach math, chemistry, and physics, but I will talk your ear off about space. My guiding principle is to never turn away a student who wants to learn.

I teach calculus and I do believe that all students are capable of learning calculus, but that most won't like how much time it takes. After the AP exam, we do a project I developed where we connect calculus to the arts. Check out my photo albums to see student examples.

I teach statistics with a focus on applications. No student has ever asked me when will I use statistics because I bring in real world stats that I saw last week on the news. Probability and Statistics is designed for students interested in the social sciences and I use my engineering background to introduce complex situations to the AP Statistics class.

As the Mathletics Director, I am excited to see new and former student faces come with us to competitions at Trine, Huntington, and here at Saint Joe. We are almost always looking for a few more bodies for each competition (especially underclassman) so anyone who is interested should definitely swing by my room or send me an email.