BIO     Katelyn Doxey grew up in Springfield, TN. She is a graduate of Lipscomb University with a degree in Physics Teaching. She also has a masters in Education from Bethel University. After graduating from college, Katelyn spent a semester in Orlando working at Walt Disney World in the Disney College Program. Upon moving home, she began teaching high school math and physics and coaching middle school softball at East Robertson High/Middle School, where she also previously attended school. After 3 years at East Robertson, she moved to Murfreesboro and began working at Oakland High School. She married her husband, Seth, and they have been married for 3 1/2 years. They have a sweet 5 month old baby named Emmy. Katelyn taught 4 1/2 years at Oakland before deciding to stay home with her sweet baby Emmy. Katelyn holds a valid Tennessee teaching license and is trained and certified to teach Advanced Placement Physics and International Baccalaureate Math. She has taught a variety of classes including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Integrated Math 1, Integrated Math 2, Integrated Math 3, IB Math, Physical Science, Physics, and ACT Prep.    Katelyn and Seth are members of North Boulevard Church of Christ in Murfreesboro, TN. Katelyn enjoys reading, running, traveling, Atlanta Braves baseball, and planning vacations as a Disney travel agent. She loves teaching math and physics because she enjoys challenging students and seeing them grow in their understanding of the world around them.

BIO

Katelyn Doxey grew up in Springfield, TN. She is a graduate of Lipscomb University with a degree in Physics Teaching. She also has a masters in Education from Bethel University. After graduating from college, Katelyn spent a semester in Orlando working at Walt Disney World in the Disney College Program. Upon moving home, she began teaching high school math and physics and coaching middle school softball at East Robertson High/Middle School, where she also previously attended school. After 3 years at East Robertson, she moved to Murfreesboro and began working at Oakland High School. She married her husband, Seth, and they have been married for 3 1/2 years. They have a sweet 5 month old baby named Emmy. Katelyn taught 4 1/2 years at Oakland before deciding to stay home with her sweet baby Emmy. Katelyn holds a valid Tennessee teaching license and is trained and certified to teach Advanced Placement Physics and International Baccalaureate Math. She has taught a variety of classes including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Integrated Math 1, Integrated Math 2, Integrated Math 3, IB Math, Physical Science, Physics, and ACT Prep.

Katelyn and Seth are members of North Boulevard Church of Christ in Murfreesboro, TN. Katelyn enjoys reading, running, traveling, Atlanta Braves baseball, and planning vacations as a Disney travel agent. She loves teaching math and physics because she enjoys challenging students and seeing them grow in their understanding of the world around them.

Physics                      

32 WEEK CLASS
*Requires Algebra 1

Tutor Name: Katelyn Doxey

Course Name: Physics

Required Text: 

Other books/materials, etc. required for class:

  • Scientific calculator

Copy Fee: $15

Other Fees: $20 Lab fee

Minimum Number of Students: 6

Maximum Number of Students: 20

Course Description/Outline/Objectives: 

Physics involves the study of the composition of matter and the energy processes it undergoes. As an applied science it uses labs and mathematical reasoning skills as an important part of the learning process. This course will lay the foundation and building blocks for students to take a basic level college physics course. It will present introductory college level methods of lab techniques and problem solving to ensure success in the higher educational format. Topics covered in this course may include but are not limited to motion, energy, thermodynamics, magnetism, and electricity. Hopefully by the end of this class, students will not only be prepared for a basic college physics class, but also see how perfectly and intricately our God weaved together the world we live in.

Expected Weekly Time Commitment for Homework:  5+ hours per week.

Prerequisites: Algebra 1 with a grade of “A” or “B” or take a pre-test to make sure they are ready for the class.

Recommended Grade Level(s) for this class: 10th – 12th

Estimated Difficulty Level of course for average student: Above average

Rate for Additional Private Tutoring: $50/hour

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