Corey Wade chairs the math department at BIS, and runs AI / Machine Learning For Youth, an after-school program funded by BHSDG. Corey has a Clear Teaching Credential from the Bay Area Teacher’s Program at SF State, a Master of Science in Mathematics from Cal State East Bay, and a Master of Fine Arts in Writing & Consciousness from the New College of California. Corey teaches AP Statistics, AP Calculus, and Home & Hospital Instruction. He tries to convey the joy, history, and great proofs of math to all students. In addition, Corey is the founder/director of Berkeley Coding Academy, a new group that empowers youth with code in Artificial Intelligence.
David Schroeder has been at the Berkeley High School Independent Study Program since 2006 and was educated at Antioch College and CSU East Bay. Board games, visual art, tech and intellectual theory inform David’s mathematics instruction of all students, from those who initially despair about math to those who aspire to STEM professions. As a result, each of these students learns how they think about quantities, uses math to navigate the world, and thinks critically. In the words of Albert Einstein, “The important thing is not to stop questioning.”
Ted Li teaches Math 1, Middle School Math, and Home & Hospital Instruction.
Barry Harris teaches science and robotics.