I approach teaching by getting to know the interests, strengths and weaknesses of each student. Then I tailor the lessons to build confidence. I am patient and understanding.
I am a chemical engineer turned teacher. For nearly 20 years, I have taught individuals and groups in private schools and in homes to homeschooled students. My students have gotten full scholarships, attended top colleges, and become professional musicians and athletes.
Susan Reimer Kroll
Private Tutor and Private High School Homeschool Teacher, Philadelphia, PA and surrounding suburbs Sept 1999 – Present
Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Environmental Science, Mathematics - all levels
William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, PA Sept 1999 – Nov 2003
High school chemistry, physics, advanced placement environmental science teacher, Varsity cross country and swimming coach, Sophomore class advisor, Middle school science tutor, member of the Community Council - disciplinary committee, and Teaching and Learning Committee - to improve curriculum and create professional development opportunities for teachers.
· Developed the Advanced Placement Environmental Science Course
· Implemented a service program with the Friends of the Wissahickon
· Trained colleagues in the use of graphing calculators in all disciplines
· Chaired science department evaluation group
· Supervised new chemistry teacher
· Organized and planned all sophomore class events
· Attended: Seminar for New Teachers at The Episcopal School-1999, Taft Educational Center for AP Environmental Science-2000, Vernier Calculator Conference-2001, NSTA Regional Conference-2001, AP College Board AP Science Specialty Conference-2002, Clean Air Conference-2002, Texas Instruments Graphing Calculator Conference-2003
Environmental Careers Organization, Philadelphia, PA Summer 1998
United States Environmental Protection Agency Region III–Air Protection Division
· Provided support to case development and litigation teams dealing with pulp and paper mill cases
· Researched process/plant modifications at pulp and paper mills to determine if pollution increases or reductions resulted
· Developed emission factors based on chemical emissions data, stack tests, and engineering analysis for facilities being investigated
· Prepared emissions evaluations
· Identified best available control technology through literature research
Center for Community Partnership, Philadelphia, PA Sept 1997 – Dec 1997
Office of the President for Government, Community and Pubic Affairs
Assisted in the UC BRITE program
· Managed data entry group
· Created invoices
· Verified financial transactions
· Promoted the UC BRITE program to the community
University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science, Philadelphia, PA.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, May 1999
Major: Chemical Engineering; Minors: Chemistry, Mathematics
Activities: Chemical Engineering Peer Advisor, Tutor, Kite and Key Club, Club Lacrosse and Intramural Coed Football Teams, U.C. Brite, U.C Green
Additional: Senior Design Project – Designed a batch swing plant to manufacture benzoic acids and halogenated benzoic acids. Proposed plant layout, calculated material and energy balances, selected size and type of equipment, priced vessels, estimated fixed capital cost investment and operating cost, performed economical analysis for the plant.
Temple University Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, PA. Fall 2002
10 credits. GPA 3.7
Activities: Evening Law Student Association
University of Hartford, Hartford, CT Summer 2000
3 credits. GPA 3.7
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