Mathematics Coordinator, 6-12

Andrew Hill
Mathematics Coordinator, 6-12

Andrew has a passion for pure and applied mathematics that he uses along with his education and teaching experience to lead the curriculum development and instruction of the secondary mathematics program for Westport Public Schools. He has Bachelor’s of Science degrees in Mathematics and Psychology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as a Master’s degree in Secondary Education and administrative certification from the University of Bridgeport.

Andrew started teaching Mathematics for Brookfield Public Schools. In his seven years as a teacher, he taught almost every course in the department from Algebra 1 through AP Calculus BC. In 2010, after teaching for three years, he earned the title of the district’s Teacher of the Year. In his last year in Brookfield, he served as chair of the high school Mathematics department and co-chair of the school’s NEASC steering committee.

Since coming to Westport Public Schools in 2015, Andrew has lead the district in continuing to increase the emphasis on deep conceptual understanding and authentic application that has been a hallmark of the secondary mathematics program. Andrew is also an adjunct professor of education at the University of Bridgeport and adjunct professor of mathematics at the University of New Haven. When he is not engaged in mathematics and/or education, Andrew loves cooking and dining, discussing science and philosophy, learning about animals both extant and extinct, and gaming.

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