About Me

Hello! My name is Kyle Ramstad. I am currently teaching Geometry and AP Computer Science Principles at Verdugo Hills High School. I am also the adviser to the Technology and Robotics Club.

I have taught Exploring Computer Science, Algebra I, Geometry, Math 8, Math 7, CAHSEE prep, and intervention courses for grades 8 & 7. I am Computer Science Discoveries facilitator with Code.org. I received a B.A. in Mathematics with an emphasis in Secondary Teaching and my M.A. in Computers & Educational Technology at the California State University, Northridge. I was a National Science Foundation (NSF) Teaching Fellow from 2013-2017. Through this fellowship I participated in monthly professional development, regional and national conferences on mathematics teaching, and even presented at these conferences.

I have a strong belief that computers can open up how we have students interact and collaborate with mathematics inside and outside the classroom. My Master's thesis explored the use of Khan Academy at home and how it affects our students. Please explore the Teacher Stuff blog on this website to find many of my online interactive lessons and activities.

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