Master Teachers (J)
Tammie C. JacksonTammie currently teaches 4th grade at Jefferson Elementary School. In addition she has taught 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade. She holds a BA in Elementary Education and a MS in Elementary Education with a focus on Reading and Literacy.
Jacqueline C. Johnson
Jacqueline teaches ninth graders Math Tech I and algebra at Burke High School 9th Grade Academy in Charleston. She received training in S.T.E.M.S through the Charleston Math and Science Hub, and has served as math liaison at Charleston's Rivers Middle School for three years. She organized a successful Family Math Night with 100 percent participation by students, faculty, parents and the community at Rivers Middle School.
Jacqueline is a certified trainer for the Algebra Project based in Cambridge, MA, and Jackson, MS. She is the Southeast representative for the Southern Initiative of the Algebra Project and has presented at numerous conferences on the topic "Bridging the Gap to Algebra." Using the model developed by Johns Hopkins University, she is currently implementing the Project Base Learning Project in Charleston County District 20 schools.
Named "Teacher of the Year" last year at Rivers Middle School, Jacqueline holds a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from South Carolina State University. She is a member of NCTM. Jacqueline's class motto is "Everybody needs math and each one teach one."
Vivian teaches third grade at International Beacon Academy, part of Hilton Head Elementary School.
Prior to that she taught for 12 years in other schools in the Beaufort County School District. In 1995 Vivian was named Hilton Head Elementary's Teacher of the Year. Vivian earned her bachelor of science degree from Northern Illinois University and a master's degree in education from the University of South Carolina.