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Jack B Zito, Ph.D.
Boston, GA 31626
229-226-1621 ext. 1118 (P)
Jack B Zito, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education
42 years of Elementary, Middle, Secondary Level plus 10 years University level teaching
Professional Expertise / Area(s) of Teaching and/or Practice:
Education/Mathematics Teaching /Games of Chance Research.
Research Interests and Significant Professional Accomplishments
History of Mathematics, Teachers and the Law, Probability and Statistics application to Games of Chance, Progression and Regression of Aggregate Gains, Chaos Theory and Limitations, Galileo’s Workshop, Locke and Orca Theories of Lesson Planning, completion of text: Finding The Center in Mathematics (2000), Off-Axis Theories of Dice Throwing in Games of Chance.
Member of Georgia Professional Standards Commission for 5 years.
Presenter at the Georgia Association for Teacher Education Conference in St Simons, GA 2005. Using Manipulatives for Understanding in Mathematics.
Authored course at Thomas University: The History of Mathematics
Evaluation Committee in Mathematics for Florida Council of Independent Schools
Teacher of the Year Award: 1987 Upper Lake HS, CA
Most Valuable Professor: 2005 Thomas University
Award from the National Society of Leadership and Success 2008
Presidential Award Nomination for Excellence in Teaching 1987
Coach of the Year 1979 (undefeated team)