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Faculty - GRE

English Instructors

Sarah Honeycutt – Master's Degree in Reading Education
Mrs. Honeycutt has been teaching high school English for thirteen years, first in Mohave Valley, Arizona and in Charlotte and Concord, NC since 2006. She earned her undergraduate degree in English Education with a minor in Educational Psychology from Ball State University in Muncie, IN. Later, she completed a Masters in Reading Education from UNCC, and then she went on to earn National Board Certification in English Language Arts. Mrs. Honeycutt incorporates effective test-taking skills into daily lessons as her students prepare for high-stake assessments such as state End-of-Course exams, the ACT, the SAT, the TEAS, and the GRE. She is excited to be part of a team working to help students increase their formal assessment scores as they prepare to be accepted into college, Master's programs, and successful futures.

Ilana Jones – PhD Educational Studies/Adult Learning
Dr. Jones has worked as a part-time instructor at CPCC teaching developmental courses since 2005. She is also the Director of Title I Services for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Dr. Jones has been a K-6 classroom teacher, a middle school Language Arts teacher, and an Adjunct Professor at Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN. She has earned degrees in Education, History, Instructional Technology, and Adult Learning from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, East Carolina, University and Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Kim Shropshire
Bio to come soon.

Math Instructors

Tricia Werkheiser – Master's Degree in Mathematics Education
Ms. Werkheiser taught mathematics at Pocono Mountain High School in Pennsylvania for 25 years, serving as Department Head for several of those years. She instructed all levels, but mainly focused on Advanced Placement Calculus. Ms. Werkheiser participated in a grant program, Classrooms for the Future. She has worked with the College Board, providing audits for both Calculus AB and BC, and regularly attended regional and national College Board conferences. Ms. Werkheiser facilitated AP seminars for 10 years. She also provided private tutoring lessons for over 20 years. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and a Master's in Mathematics Education. Ms. Werkheiser has an additional 60 credits in a variety of areas including instructional strategies, technology, inclusion, multiculturalism, cooperative learning and peer coaching. She has extensive professional development experiences in learning styles, differentiated instruction and outcomes based education.

Allison Hahn - Master's Degree in Mathematics Education
Ms. Hahn is originally from Brookville, New York. She attended Clemson University for undergraduate degrees in both Mathematical Sciences and Secondary Education in Math. She moved to Charlotte after graduation and taught a wide range of math courses at a high school in Concord for six years. During this time, she received her Master's degree in Mathematics Education at UNC Charlotte. This led to a current full-time position as Teacher-in- Residence in the math department at UNC Charlotte. She enjoys teaching math in each of these various capacities. In her free time, she loves to travel, go to Panthers and Hornets games, and spend time with her dog, Koopa.