Suppose you take two steps A and B (that is, two nonzero displacements). Under what circumstances can you end up at your starting point? More generally, under what circumstances can two nonzero vectors add to give zero? Is the maximum distance you can end up from the starting point A + B the sum of the lengths of the two steps?
OBJECTIVE To submit this as part of my digital portfolio for EDL318. EXPERIENCE June 2014 – June 2015 Subway Sandwich Shop Crew Member September 2015 – December 2015 Service Learning Experience at Rosa Parks Elementary Teacher Aide For my EDT190 service-learning experience, I spent three months assisting in a second-grade classroom at Rosa Parks Elementary. February 2016 – May 2016 Harris Dining Hall Crew Member September 2016 – December 2016 Service Learning Experience at Frederick Douglass Elementary and Fairfield Middle School Teacher Aide Early Field Block service experience. Assisted in both a fourth grade and eighth grade classroom with classroom management. EDUCATION August 2015 - Present Miami University, Oxford OH Currently Attending > Member of the Urban Cohort, previously known as the Urban Teaching Cohort > Enrolled in the Miami University Honors Program Page 2 > Currently taking Social Justice courses for the Urban Cohort, as well as in my Early Field Block August 2011 – May 2015 Winton Woods High School, Cincinnati OH High School > AAA Honors Society (9 Grade) > Graduated with Honors > Commendation from the Ohio House