#M3TFellowFriday: Brittany Kammerer

Each Friday during the school year, we will spotlight one of our M3T Fellows. This week, let’s meet Brittany Kammerer from Logan High School!

Brittany Kammerer

M3T Noyce Fellow – Cohort 2

High School Mathematics Teacher

Logan High School

Logan County Schools

Twitter: @BrittanyKammer5

Positions and Roles: Teaches Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry; West Virginia State Math Field Day Vice President

Interesting personal facts: Has a husband, Brandon, and two daughters, Izabella and Elena; loves to swim, travel, work out, and watch the Food Network

Why are you excited to be part of the M3T project?

“I am excited to be a part of the M3T project because I want to collaborate with other teachers to gather new ideas on problem and project based learning that I can implement in the classroom.”

Why do you teach mathematics?

“I teach mathematics to inspire all students to reach their full potential and leave my class knowing that each one of them is a great mathematician in his or her own way.”

What are you focused on improving about mathematics teaching?

“I’m focused on improving collaboration and student engagement in the classroom by teaching through application and real world scenarios rather than memorization of formulas and repetition.”

Check in each week on #M3TFellowFriday throughout the school year to meet another M3T Fellow. You can find a listing of all of the M3T Fellows and stay up-to-date with the work of the M3T network at our website, http://m3twv.org. You can also follow us on Twitter, @m3t_wv.