Algebra and Calculus, Grades 9-12, Ner Israel Henry Beren High School Baltimore, Maryland
Total years as a classroom teacher: 7
|Louisiana State University||M.A.||1962|
|Maryland State Teachers College||B.S.||1936|
|1982-1995||Grades 7-12, Bais Yaakov School for Girls, Baltimore, Maryland|
|1966-Present||Grades 9-12, Ner Israel Henry Beren High School, Baltimore, Maryland|
|1951-1990||Grades 9-12, Southern High School, Baltimore, Maryland|
|1934-1950||Grades 1-6, Baltimore City Public School #92, Baltimore, Maryland|
|2010||Celebratory Letter from Vice President Joseph Biden, Jr.|
|2010||Certificate for 75 years of loyal and dedicated service, U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski|
|2010||Governor’s Citation, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley|
|2010||County Citation, Baltimore County|
- Mr. Miller has always strived to teach in a manner that is engaging and motivational to his students. His approach may be different when teaching students in elementary school, junior high school, senior high school, college and graduate school. The common goal has always been to strive for success, because success is the best motivator.
- Mr. Miller believes the most productive relationship between teacher and student is based on mutual respect for each other. Mr. Miller also believes in keeping students active because an active student is more likely to be a successful student.
“Mr. Miller teaches all levels of high school mathematics with an intensity that rubs off on his students. He is always available to help students grasp important concepts or strengthen areas of weakness. He understands how students learn and takes into account their individual learning rates. For Mr. Miller, every year is a new dawn and every subject is a new challenge because each new class and new student has different needs and comes with different skills.”
Jacob Schuchman, Principal
“I think the best lesson that Mr. Miller taught us is that if you love what you do, you can do it forever. Mr. Miller loved teaching math and he has been teaching for 75 years. I wish Mr. Miller many more years and if he is still teaching in 7-8 years, maybe my son will be able to raise his hand when asked 'how many of your grandfathers had Mr. Miller?"
Eli Fink, Former Student