Mr. Lobe believes in challenging his students to think, internalize and relate the mathematics to their own lives.
Randy Lobe graduated from Washington State University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and with Washington State teaching certification. He has minors in history and computer science. He received his master’s in secondary curriculum with an emphasis in technology from Western Washington University in 1992. He has taught six years in middle school and 24 years in high school. Before coming to DAIS with his wife Elizabeth in the fall of 2016, he taught at Timberline High School in Lacey, Washington.
In addition to teaching, he is a National Instructor for Teachers Teaching with Technology. As a T^3 National Instructor, he provides training to math and science teachers on integrating graphing calculator technology into their classrooms. Mr. Lobe believes in challenging his students to think, internalize and relate the mathematics to their own lives. Math is everywhere. The more we see these connections, the more we understand it and can make sense of it.