Denny St. John is a professor, presenter and published author. For the past 14 years he has been a mathematics educator in the Department of Mathematics of Central Michigan University. Prior to that, he taught secondary mathematics for twelve years in Colorado and Iowa. He is currently working on two grant funded projects. One of the projects is a school improvement program in the Bullock Creek School District and the other is a curriculum development project at CMU for the National Science Foundation. He has presented workshops and institutes for Texas Instruments for the past twelve years. He and has published numerous activities and one book with Texas Instruments in addition to publications with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
He received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa.
Carmen Wilson is a high school math teacher at Ashe County HS in West Jefferson, NC where she is also the chair of the Math Department. Mrs. Wilson has taught AP Calculus in Ashe County since 1989.
Mrs. Wilson is a Regional T3 Instructor and has been a presenter and workshop leader at a number of state and national conferences. She is a National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Adolescent and Young Adulthood Mathematics. In 2005 she received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching. In 2001 she was the North Carolina State Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Wilson has a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Arts degree in Mathematics, Secondary Education from Appalachian State University.