William R. Brown has been a mathematics teacher at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences in Chicago, Illinois since 2008. He has taught the gamut of high school mathematics courses from Algebra to Advanced Placement Calculus. He has done extensive work in curriculum redesign, co-taught classrooms, standards-based teaching, and flipped classrooms.
William earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics from Chicago State University in 2008. He also earned a Master’s of Science in Education in both Curriculum and Instruction as well as Educational Leadership from the American College of Education in 2010 and 2011, respectively. He is currently pursuing a certificate in STEM Education from Michigan State University.
William’s hope is that he can help his students understand that mathematics is at play in everything in the world around them. He hopes to impart his love of learning a wide variety of topics and an appreciation of mathematics upon all of his students as well as his young daughter.