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Amy Edwards

Mathematics

Mathematics: Instructor

Office: L-201P on the Mount Vernon campus

Phone: (360) 416.7991

Email: Amy.Edwards@skagit.edu


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Bio:

I've been teaching full time at Skagit Valley College since 1997. I've taught on Whidbey Island and Mount Vernon Campuses. 

I'm interested in helping students develop skills to thrive in a college environment, and to have fun while doing it.

My interests include math, art, dance, music, brain research and learning, and how these all relate to each other. 

 

Education:

MA - Statistics, University of California, Berkeley

BA - Fine Arts and Statistics, George Washington University

 

 

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Winter 2016 Office Hours

Monday, Thursday, Friday                            1:45 - 2:35 PM

Wednesday, Thursday                                                                               10:30 AM - 11:20 PM
or by pre-arranged appointment

 


 

 

Winter 2016 Additional Course Information

I require mymathlab for all of my classes. I also require a physical textbook, as we use them in class. Please make sure you have your materials for the first day of class. Please click on the link to the cardinal bookstore to find required course materials.

 MATH 96 C: Pre-Algebra*Please note: The syllabus and polices have been revised for the current quarter.This is a Hybrid class. You will be required to watch video lessons and take notes outside of class, so more class time may devoted to practicing skills. Mymathlab is required. Bring your access code to class.  Instructions for accessing MML will be distributed in class.

MATH 96 DE: Intro Algebra *Please note: The syllabus and polices have been revised for the current quarter.This is  an online class. Mymathlab is required.  Instructions for accessing MML will be sent via MYSVC email, by the first day of class.

 
MATH 141: syllabus and information will be distributed the first day of class.  Mymathlab is required.  Bring your access code to class.  Instructions for accessing MML will be distributed in class.
 
 

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Cool Links

How did "m" become the symbol for slope? https://www.math.duke.edu/education/webfeats/Slope/Slopederiv.html 

Vy Hart's fun mathemusical vidoes:  http://vihart.com/ 

Spring Class Schedule