Nebraska State Teacher of the Year, 2013
Angela D. Mosier is the 9-12 mathematics department head at Westside High School in Omaha, Nebraska and is a National Board Certified teacher in early adolescence mathematics. She is currently a doctoral student at Walden University seeking an Ed.D. in Curriculum Instruction and Assessment. She holds a BS, University of Nebraska at Omaha, in Secondary Education (Mathematics/Physics), and earned her MA at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, in Secondary Education. Along with her responsibilities at Westside, Angela has represented Nebraska mathematics educators by serving 4 years on the executive board of the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics (NATM). She has also contributed at the state level in the state standards revision process and with standards setting for the statewide math assessment. In 2013, Angela was selected as the Nebraska state teacher of the year. She is also a state finalist for the 2015 Presidential Award for Mathematics and Science Teaching.
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