Bethany Barnosky

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About Bethany Barnosky

Bethany Barnosky is a master teacher and educational consultant who enjoys life in sunny southern New Hampshire. As a college student, she set aside her interest in the aerospace industry in order to raise her daughter and pursue her passion for teaching mathematics to young people. During her years as a teacher, Mrs. Barnosky has been honored to work with some of the best online instructors in the country – and teach students from all over the world!

As a double-certified math teacher, she provides tutoring, curriculum, portfolio, and transcript services to homeschoolers in and around New Hampshire. Mrs. Barnosky enjoys teaching, tabletop gaming, and general geekery. Widowed in 2013, Bethany has successfully graduated her daughter from both high school and college. Today she spends her days teaching, learning, and praying for opportunities to share God’s love with others.

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“Mainly, thanks so much for doing class. You made learning not only fun, but helpful and understandable. Not just: “Alright, let’s open up our textbooks too page…”  You actually care about your students, and how they learn. That was neat to see in a teacher.  –  Informal Logic student

“My husband and I watched class last week with him and I have to say you are the most entertaining teacher we have ever experienced at Landry. I know the kids are going to have a great time and learn a lot. You find the perfect line for having a good time and finding them where they are and keeping them in check. We were impressed.”  –  Parent of Algebra 2 & Economics student

“Mrs. B is an amazing teacher. I came into Algebra 2 dreading it, because I had struggled through algebra 1 and geometry. While algebra 2 is still quite challenging, I feel like I am able to understand the material well because Mrs. B teaches it so well. She has many tips and tricks that make the material make more sense, and overall the system she uses to teach works amazing! Overall, I’ve done very well in Algebra 2, and I definitely accredit that to Mrs. B’s awesome teaching!”  –  Michael Dettlaff, Algebra 2 student

“As a side note, you have already relaxed my son by sharing your math experience — THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!  Students needs to know that not everyone “gets it” the first time and many still have questions — so ASK! You rock!!!”  –  Parent

“I have enjoyed taking your class. . . Who would have thought that anyone would look forward to a math class? I’ve loved play Madlibs and Kahoot during class, as your way to “wake us up.” . . . You gave us lots of resources so that we could fully understand the concepts you were teaching us. You always made me fully understand and didn’t leave questions unanswered. . . . You have shown me different, and easier methods of doing the same thin, like using the Pythagorean Theorem instead of the distance formula. . . . You have made Geometry fun and easy for us all, by giving us fun things to study with, fun things during (class), and most of all, your positive outlook on such a hard subject.” – Geometry student

“I just got through taking the unit two test and I just want to say “thank you!” I am so thankful that you created a logic page on Quizlet. The repetition with vocabulary and rules of inference and replacement has been so helpful. I feel really good about this test. Again, thank you for being such a wonderful teacher. I am so glad I am able to take logic with you. You’re fabulous and I just want to say thank you for all your hard work and effort. I have learned so much and repetition has been my best friend. Thanks for everything, Mrs. Barnosky! And thank you for the time you spend working with your students.”  –  Formal Logic student

“My son Russell is really enjoying your class — thanks for your mentorship of these young men and women. It’s been the first time in a long time he is feeling positive and confident about math – I’m grateful for you and your encouragement. It’s been such a blessing to our family for him to enjoy math this year. Thank you!”  –  Parent of Algebra 2 Student