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Mr. Zamorski

Grade 6, 7 and 8 Primary Math
May 27, 2017
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Welcome to Mr. Zamorski's Classroom Web Page!

This year we are going to make huge strides in our mathematics learning.  I'm excited for the opportunity to teach and learn here a C.J. Hooker Middle School.  Math is a very serious and important topic, but I know we will have much fun together while learning in a classroom environment of mutual respect, humor, and caring. 

About Me

My undergraduate background is primarily in mathematics education.  At SUNY College at Oneonta, I received my bachelor of science in elementary education, with a mathematics concentration.  During this time, I discovered my love for teaching mathematics.  My graduate work has been focused on providing instruction for students with special needs.  At East Stroudsburg University, I am working towards a masters in special education.  My personal goal in teaching is to reach every child, addressing their needs as individuals.

I am currently certified to teach mathematics through grade twelve.  However, My passion lies right here in middle school.  I love and enjoy working with children, and look forward to many more years of teaching at this age level.

Students, parents, and families can continually connect with me at Edmodo to check for assignments, relay an important question or message, or just to drop by and say "Hi!" at anytime.

If you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to come in and see me anytime.

Personal interests

  • I enjoy learning about and teaching with technology.  In my classroom, I use a SMART Board, SMART Slate, Elmo Visual Presenter, and the Elmo Slate in unison with personal computers and wireless laptop use.
  • I enjoy coaching youth sports.  In general, I am an avid fan of many sports, especially including baseball, basketball, hockey, football, and weight lifting.
  • While mathematics is my favorite school subject, I enjoy reading and writing and personally believe that "talking math" through math vocabulary practice is a key performance indicator of mathematics success.



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