About the Math Center

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Lewis Clark State college houses the Idaho Regional Mathematics Center for Region 2. The center is directed by Kacey Diemert and supported by Ryan Dent, our Regional Mathematics Specialist. The intent of the center is to provide professional mathematics support with both content and pedagogy to K-12 teachers in Region 2. The members of the Regional Mathematics Centers have experience in K-16 mathematics education, designing and delivering professional development, instructional technologies, and educational research. We are able to provide both regional and school-specific support in mathematics education. We welcome input from schools and districts as to the type of professional development they need. Our professional development begins with promoting mathematical thinking, problem solving, and the habits of mind students need to effectively understand and apply mathematics.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Keesje Mills, Administrative Assistant

Keesje Mills may not have a math degree, but it doesn't lessen her enthusiasm for the subject!
She actually attended LCSC as a super-non-traditional student, entering the Diesel Mechanics program as a 27 year old single mother. She continued her education earning a Bachelor degree in Diesel and a Bachelor degree in Management in 2010. She has worked at LCSC since then.  Now happily married and a mother of 3 boys she still tinkers on engines, leads a 4H hedgehog group and has learned to bake a mean loaf of bread.

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