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October 12, 2000 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The best salesmen all have a good gimmick. Just ask Brea Olinda High School math teacher Scott Malloy, California's newest Teacher of the Year, who has turned teaching into a dramatic art. He spends every day trying to get kids to buy into the concept of math, and boy, has he got one heck of a gimmick. Malloy, 36, has donned a Dr. Evil costume (of "Austin Powers" fame) on more than one occasion, arriving at work dressed up "for no reason."
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August 30, 2001
Going back to school might be painful, but at least the students in Scott Malloy's calculus and computer classes can expect to be entertained. Malloy, who was named state Teacher of the Year last October, dresses up like Dr. Evil from the "Austin Powers" movies and gets his students to sing songs about the quadratic equation to generate enthusiasm. And it works--every school year students scramble for a place in his classes at Brea Olinda High School in Brea.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 2000 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The best salesmen all have a good gimmick. Just ask Brea Olinda High School math teacher Scott Malloy--California's newest Teacher of the Year--who has turned teaching into a dramatic art. He spends every day trying to get kids to buy into the concept of math, and boy, has he got one heck of a gimmick. Malloy, 36, has donned the costume of Dr. Evil--of Austin Powers fame--on more than one occasion, arriving at work dressed up "for no reason."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 2000 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The best salesmen all have a good gimmick. Just ask Brea Olinda High School math teacher Scott Malloy, California's newest Teacher of the Year, who has turned teaching into a dramatic art. He spends every day trying to get kids to buy into the concept of math, and boy, has he got one heck of a gimmick. Malloy, 36, has donned a Dr. Evil costume (of "Austin Powers" fame) on more than one occasion, arriving at work dressed up "for no reason."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2000 | David Ryan, (714) 520-2511
Brea Olinda High School teacher Scott Malloy, an instructor of advanced-placement computer science and statistics classes, was named one of five Orange County Teachers of the Year Thursday. Malloy was recognized by the county for raising his students' scores and helping elementary students develop an interest in chess through a districtwide after-school program.
NEWS
August 30, 2001
Going back to school might be painful, but at least the students in Scott Malloy's calculus and computer classes can expect to be entertained. Malloy, who was named state Teacher of the Year last October, dresses up like Dr. Evil from the "Austin Powers" movies and gets his students to sing songs about the quadratic equation to generate enthusiasm. And it works--every school year students scramble for a place in his classes at Brea Olinda High School in Brea.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 2000 | JESSICA GARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A teacher at Brea Olinda High School known for teaching chess to elementary school students and Advanced Placement computer science to high schoolers was named Tuesday as California's top teacher. Scott Charles Malloy, who has taught Advanced Placement computer science and math at Brea Olinda for the last six years, will represent California in the National Teachers of the Year contest, sponsored by the Council of Chief State School Officers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 12, 2001 | Sharon Nagy, (714) 966-5832
Two Orange County teachers were among five educators honored Wednesday with California's "Teacher of the Year 2001" designation. Scott Charles Malloy, a math teacher at Brea Olinda High School, and Dalynn Smith-Malek, an art teacher at Laguna Hills High, were recognized during a meeting of the State Board of Education in Sacramento. The teachers, who were nominated by their districts and chosen by a state panel, beat out 60 other educators in the competition.
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December 9, 1998 | REGINA HONG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Leave the Beanie Babies and Teletubbies on the store shelves. Forget about the latest Nintendo and Sega games. At least, that's what your child's teacher would probably like to say. If many educators had their wish, parents would ignore the latest toy craze this holiday season in favor of some fun but more educational gifts that stimulate their children's creativity and encourage exploration.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 2000 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The best salesmen all have a good gimmick. Just ask Brea Olinda High School math teacher Scott Malloy--California's newest Teacher of the Year--who has turned teaching into a dramatic art. He spends every day trying to get kids to buy into the concept of math, and boy, has he got one heck of a gimmick. Malloy, 36, has donned the costume of Dr. Evil--of Austin Powers fame--on more than one occasion, arriving at work dressed up "for no reason."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 2000 | JESSICA GARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A teacher at Brea Olinda High School known for teaching chess to elementary school students and Advanced Placement computer science to high schoolers was named Tuesday as California's top teacher. Scott Charles Malloy, who has taught Advanced Placement computer science and math at Brea Olinda for the last six years, will represent California in the National Teachers of the Year contest, sponsored by the Council of Chief State School Officers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2000 | David Ryan, (714) 520-2511
Brea Olinda High School teacher Scott Malloy, an instructor of advanced-placement computer science and statistics classes, was named one of five Orange County Teachers of the Year Thursday. Malloy was recognized by the county for raising his students' scores and helping elementary students develop an interest in chess through a districtwide after-school program.
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