#M3TFellowFriday: Jenna Wolfe

Let’s introduce you to our new Cohort 3 M3T Fellows. This week, let’s meet Jenna Wolfe from East Fairmont Middle School!

Jenna Wolfe

M3T Mountain State Fellow – Cohort 3

Middle School Mathematics Teacher

East Fairmont Middle School

Marion County Schools

Twitter: @jmw085

Number of years teaching: 8

Other roles & positions: SREB County Collaborative, Leadership Team, Curriculum Development Committee

Professional awards, distinctions, and points of pride: PAEMST Nominee 2022

Interesting personal facts:

I grew up in Harrison County but now teach in Marion. In addition to my degree in education, I also have a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. I enjoy reading and have read almost 40 books this year. I love to travel and attend as many concerts as possible. I like watching football, hockey, and soccer. I help coach volleyball for EFHS and love watching my players grow as athletes and people.

2021 Marshall Half Marathon

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

I love having the opportunity to learn and collaborate with other math teachers from around the state. I always want to work to improve my teaching and provide the best education possible. Being part of this project allows me to focus the changes I am making and use data to help direct my choices. 

Why do you teach mathematics?

I teach mathematics because I feel it is the area where I can make the most impact. Being able to think logically and problem solve are important skills for everyone. 

What are you focused on improving about mathematics teaching?

I am focused on improving the negative mindset many students have when it comes to mathematics. 

Final thoughts:

I am very excited to be part of this project and to grow as a math teacher. I also look forward to being able to take what I’ve learned and share it with other teachers.

Keep checking in with us on #M3TFellowFriday and throughout the school year for updates from the M3T project and our statewide networked improvement community! 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, https://m3twv.org. You can also stay up-to-date with all of the activity of our network by following us on Twitter, @m3t_wv, and on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/m3twv.