Image of a tree growing out of a book representing a tree of knowledge.

The root of mathematical study is to consider different perspectives, manipulate visuals, find patterns, and use reason and logic to better understand our natural world.

Thinking mathematically helps one to examine, analyze, and solve life's problems in an organized logical manner. Understanding mathematical concepts allows us to perceive, interpret, critique, and transform the world.


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 Prof. Sally Keely, M.S.
  Professor of Mathematics
  Certified eLearning Professional
  Internationally Certified Online Educator

   Email: skeely@clark.edu
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   Clark College Mathematics Dept.
   1933 Fort Vancouver Way
   Vancouver WA 98663

   Office: BHL-105A (360)992-2509
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Dedicated to education in the PNW for 40 years. Created online content, developed online courses, and taught asynchronous online STEM classes since 1999. Currently teaching Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Differential Equations each designed around active student-centered learning. Honoured to have taught 340 online mathematics classes with students on every continent including Antarctica. Join me on an ed-venture! For course information & syllabi visit:

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