Title: Numeracy Coach, Data Coach
Company: Meigs Middle Magnet School
Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Elizabeth D. Petty, Numeracy Coach and Data Coach at Meigs Middle Magnet School, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mathematics education.
A respected voice in the academic community, Ms. Petty serves as a numeracy coach and data coach with Meigs Middle Magnet School. Prior to accepting this position in 2016, she served as a consulting teacher, instructional coach, data coach, and mathematics teacher with the Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School for more than 10 years. Outside of her academic positions, Ms. Petty also serves as a member of the leadership development committee with DKGSI. She maintains involvement with a wide range of industry organizations, including the Middle Tennessee Mathematics Teachers Association, the Tennessee Mathematics Teachers Association, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, ASCD, and the National Education Association.
Throughout her career, Ms. Petty has served as a discussion leader of various workshops and presentations, and as a mentor for teachers seeking national board certification. She has been recognized as an accreditation site visit team member with the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. Ms. Petty is credited as a coauthor of “Activities for Mathematics for Elementary Teachers,” which was published by Vanderbilt University in 1996.
A national board certified teacher, Ms. Petty is recognized for her focus on adolescent and young adulthood mathematics. She holds a Bachelor of Science in mathematics and a Master of Education from Belmont University. While pursuing further education at Vanderbilt University, Ms. Petty completed postgraduate coursework toward a PhD in mathematics education.
In recognition of her contributions to the academic community, Ms. Petty was selected to receive the Worldwide Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017. She has been featured in a wide range of honors publications, including Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who of American Women and Who’s Who of Professional Women. In addition, Ms. Petty was selected for inclusion in the 1st edition of Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders, which was published in 2006. Early in her career, she received several awards from Belmont University, including a Richard Bryan Award and Byrn Bible Award.
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