Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Derby 'Teacher of Year' aims to make math fun for students
By Patricia Villers
DERBY — Teacher David Chevarella says he always tries to show students at Derby High School that they don’t need to be afraid of math class.
Chevarella, 38, has taught all levels of math at his alma mater for 16 years, and was recently named teacher of the year for 2012. He said one of the constants of his career teaching math has been students’ fear of the subject.
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