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Thairen D. Greene , M.S.

Math Learning Specialist
Mathematics & Physics | Fine School of the Sciences
Thairen Greene
Contact
443-394-9740
Office Hours
By appointment
Office Location
  • Kevin J. Manning Academic Center
  • Room S165
  • Owings Mills North Campus
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To be a true and effective teacher, I believe that you first have to be a true and effective learner. You should not only be willing, but eager to learn new avenues to reach the same destination. Some of those avenues may include diversity in your delivery of information, adding a little extra flare to retain attention and exhibiting a bit of finesse to encourage an apprehensive learner. Either way, the art of teaching involves being a mentor, facilitator, innovator and leader. All of the qualities I continuously improve upon with each new group of students.

Education

  • M.S., Mathematics Education, Towson University, Baltimore, MD
  • B.S., Mathematics, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA

Professional Experience

  • STEVENSON UNIVERSITY, Stevenson, MD August 2013-current

Adjunct Instructor, Visiting Instructor of Mathematics, Course Coordinator, Interim Manager of The Academic Link,  Math Learning Specialist

  • COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, CATONSVILLE

Adjunct Instructor, Temporary Full-Time Mathematics Instructor

  • BALTIMORE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Mathematics Teacher, Team Leader 

  • NATIONS BANK OF GEORGIA, Atlanta, GA

Teller, Human Resources Coordinator, Project Analyst III

 

Teaching

My teaching philosophy.

Teaching is a gift and not just a job or a career. The art of teaching encompasses being an active learner, a thorough listener and an approachable leader. To teach effectively, one must possess the ability to adapt to changing audiences and determine when and how to modify information so that it reaches the vast majority of the targeted audience. Whether the audience is made up of students or peers, the art of teaching is not for the faint at heart but rather for those who truly find joy in the outcome after devoting countless amounts of time and effort with only the end result in mind.

I teach the following courses:

Math 005

Math 133

Math 134

Math 135

Math 136

Math 137

Math 147

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