Megan Luce is a senior tenured faculty member who has taught at Cascadia College since 2008. She has a BA in Mathematics from Dartmouth College, and a Masters in Math Teaching from the University of Washington. Since 2000, Megan has taught mathematics of all levels from pre-algebra to Calculus, but her current focus is on helping students be more successful in precollege math classes. While at Cascadia she has developed curriculum and reformed pedagogical practices in the developmental math sequence, as well as led the department in rethinking placement and pathway policies. She has participated on various campus-wide committees, and currently serves as Division Chair for Mathematics. She is deeply involved in improving student transition from high school to college mathematics, and has served as the Higher Education Math Lead for the Washington Bridge to College Project since 2013. This role has given her the opportunity to work with high school math teachers across the state who are teaching the course. Megan was a 2015 recipient of the Anna Sue McNeill award for Excellence in Assessment, Teaching, and Learning which is awarded by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.
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