Title: Mathematics Teacher
Company: Huber Heights City Schools
Location: Huber Heights, Ohio, United States
John Lloyd Isaacs, Mathematics Teacher at Huber Heights City Schools, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mathematics education.
With more than 20 years of experience to his credit, Mr. Isaacs has excelled as a mathematics teacher at Huber Heights City Schools since 1999. As a licensed integrated mathematics teacher, he is responsible for teaching pre-algebra and algebra to eighth-grade students based on the Ohio Department of Education’s grade level requirements. Mr. Isaacs was previously active as a high-school level mathematics teaching focusing on finite mathematics, geometry, and algebra as well as a mathematics teacher in the Twilight School’s after-school program for high school students.
Before embarking on his professional path, Mr. Isaacs pursued an education at Ohio University, from which he earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering in 1988. He additionally obtained a bachelor’s degree in business from Wright State University. Outside of these accomplishments, Mr. Isaacs was certified as a swimming instructor by the American Red Cross and acquired his license as a teacher by Antioch College.
Beyond his primary responsibilities, Mr. Isaacs has participated in numerous endeavors outside of his immediate circles. To support his community, he has contributed to the Huber Heights YMCA as an advisory board member. In 2021, he authored “Celebration of Learning Self-Care: Our Many, Different and Valuable Pieces to Share with Teachers” for the Jennings Action Research Project. In that same year, Mr. Isaacs was distinguished as a Fellow of the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.
Mr. Isaacs has attributed his success to his lifelong interest in learning new things and remaining current with the latest developments in technology and the philosophy of education. Inspired by his experiences as a lifeguard teaching adults in his formative years, he is incredibly proud to have shared his love of mathematics with others while helping students develop their interests and skills in the field. In the coming years, Mr. Isaacs hopes to return to academia to garner his master’s degree in mathematics education and administration.
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