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Mary Roth

Mary Roth

Instructor, Master of Science in Education


Biography

Mary Roth is the facilitator of the secondary math/science practicum seminar serving undergraduate and graduate students in Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy. Mary’s first teaching position was in the math department at Notre Dame High School for Boys in Niles, Illinois. Following Notre Dame, she spent six years teaching at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. While at Stevenson, Mary also founded a social service club, taught in an interdisciplinary program and coached cross country. More recently, Mary has tutored, designed and instructed classes in geometry and economics for Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, taught at Arlyn Therapeutic Day School in Wilmette, Illinois and instructed students at Baker Demonstration School in Wilmette. She is also a board member of The Kindness Connection, a service-learning organization.

Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
1988 MS, Education and Social Policy
Secondary Teaching Mathematics
Northwestern University

Teaching/Advising

Courses

SESP 399

Independent Study Faculty-supervised study of special topics of the student’s own choosing and not covered in regular courses. Pre requisites: consent of the supervising faculty member(s) and the SESP assistant dean for student affairs; submission of completed Request for Independent Study/Special Courses Form at registration.



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