Mariner High School, Everett, Washington
Josh Kwon teaches math at Mariner High School in Everett, Washington. He is affiliated with the Martinez Foundation, which provides support programs to teachers of color in underserved public schools. He is devoting his time toward finding innovative ways to teach math that will reach and engage diverse students. Connect with Josh on Twitter: @Jkwon0608.
Should All Teachers Have Their Own Classroom?
Josh uncovers the frustrations and the benefits of professional life as a roaming teacher and what we all can learn from the experience.
Getting Better Together: Coding In The Classroom
Learn how Josh integrates technology and coding into his algebra classroom. Here are some tips, and a video of his algebra students in a coding lesson.
If A Teacher Were To Build An App . . .
Josh made the best of a bad situation by customizing a mobile app for the needs of his classroom community.
#TchLIVE: Tech Tools For Teachers
Josh leads a discussion on the Tch community’s favorite apps, games, and web tools for teaching. Join the next #TchLIVE to share, discuss, and get ideas from colleagues.
Getting Better Together: Here’s Why I’m Going To Teach My Math Students To Code
Learn how Josh is introducing and integrating coding into his algebra class.
Real-World Applications for Algebra Through Coding
In this interactive video, Joshua invites us into his math classroom where he’s using coding to help students connect algebra to the real world.
Coding In The Algebra Classroom
Josh believes it’s important to integrate technology and computer science into his algebra support classes.
Using Tech Tools for Formative Assessment
Josh uses technology to engage, communicate, collect data, and assess.
Meet Joshua Kwon: Tch Laureate
Josh talks about his passion for integrating technology in his math classroom.
Meet the Tch Laureate Bunch
Teaching Channel Laureates define what getting better together means to them.