That would be a very, very long time ago, Kirby... from your online resume:Hi Todd --
I hesitated in posting a reply as I'm not currently carrying such a load, but in the past did carry Geometry through Calculus (high school) with World History on the side, and an honors team taught course, experimental, in the humanities. That sounds like a lot, but then what were the class sizes and so on.
"1981 to 1983 St. Dominic Academy, Jersey City, NJ: Served as full time faculty member, teaching high school mathematics, geometry through calculus, in an ethnically diverse private Catholic academy for young women."
That started a year after you graducated with a degree in Philosophy and apparently not even a minor (or the Princeton equivalent, a "certificate") in math or computer science. I'm not too sure one or possibly two years at a Catholic girls high school, without the minimum requirements for a secondary math teaching credential in most states allows you to shed much light on the subject for Todd, or anyone else.