Denis Sheeran is the Supervisor of Mathematics, grades K – 12 in Chatham, NJ and is the Author of the book, Instant Relevance, Using Today’s Experiences in Tomorrow’s Lessons, to be released Summer 2016 by Dave Burgess Publishing. Denis has a B.A. in Mathematics Education, a Master’s in Educational Leadership and is a Level 2 Google Certified Educator.  He taught high school mathematics for 13 years in Lake Forest, IL.  During that time he was also the Jazz Band director, Head Coach of Boys Track and Field, and AP Statistics teacher.  Denis currently teaches at the County College of Morris and speaks at conferences nationwide.

Denis has provided professional development on: Instant Relevance, Google Apps For Education in the Math Classroom, Unlocking the Power of Chromebooks, Using Unanswerable Questions to Develop Statistical Thinkers, Interdisciplinary Math Classrooms and more.

Contact Denis on his website or on twitter @MathDenisNJ

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