Stacey English graduated with both a Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Bachelor's degree in Accounting as well as an M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in mathematics from Texas A&M University. For the past ten years, she has been teaching in Texas public schools and is certified to teach grades 1-6 (all subjects), and grades 7-12 (mathematics). Stacey is currently teaching Pre AP Algebra I and Pre-Algebra at A&M Consolidated Middle School in College Station, Texas. She is also an academic team leader, member of the Curriculum and Alignment Leadership Team (CALT), 8th grade head volleyball coach, and assistant track coach. In addition to her work at A&M Consolidated Middle School, Stacey also teaches a senior math methods course (SCEN 489) at Texas A&M University to prepare future mathematics high school educators for the classroom.
Debbie Fannin graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education from the University of Texas at Arlington and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in mathematics education from Texas A&M University. She has been teaching in the public schools for 15 years and is certified in Secondary Mathematics, Secondary English and ESL. Debbie is currently teaching Geometry and Sheltered Instruction Geometry at Bryan High School in Bryan, Texas.
April M. Moon graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University and later earned her Masters of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in mathematics from Texas A&M. She currently teaches Introduction to Engineering and Design, Civil Engineering and Architecture, and Aerospace Engineering. In addition, she cosponsors Global's Technology Student Association (TSA) chapter, sponsors their Engineering Now club, and serves as one of the facilitators for Global's Professional Learning Community. April originally worked in the business world, where she was a consultant for Accenture, and started her journey as an educator as part of the Planning Team that designed and opened Waxahachie Global High, a T-STEM Academy and an Early College High School. April's professional interests include project based learning, open ended problems, and the engineering design process. She has designed modules, created and facilitated workshops, and helped write a chapter on project based learning in Project-Based Learning: An Integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Approach. Her professional goal is to make a difference in the STEM world and help students discover their potential and see the wonderment in these fields.
Jamaal Young graduated from with a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering as well as a M.Ed. in Mathematics Education from Texas A&M University. Jamaal is currently working to complete his PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with and emphasis in Mathematics Education. Jamaal's research interests include: (a) Technology integration and utilization in mathematics classrooms, (b) Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) for mathematics teachers, and (c) Culturally Relevant Pedagogy for STEM education.