Taoufik Nadji

Instructor of Physics and Mathematics, Interlochen Arts Academy; Faculty, Einstein's Keyboard: The Physics of Synthesizers, Interlochen Arts Camp

Instructor of Physics & Mathematics (Adjunct Faculty) at Northwestern Michigan College; Instructor of Physical Science (Adjunct Faculty) at Central Michigan University; Member of the American Association of Physics Teachers


Advanced Education (toward PhD), Michigan State University; M.S., Central Michigan University; B.S., University of Science and Technology of Houari Boumediane (USTHB), Algiers, Algeria

Mr. Taoufik Nadji (a.k.a Mr. Le Nadj!) is an instructor of Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics. He is a former instructor of Physics and Astronomy at Saginaw Valley State University and former instructor of mathematics at Mid-Michigan Community College.

Mr. Nadji has been a featured Physics speaker for project SOLVE at Saginaw Valley State University and featured plenary speaker at the Michigan section of the American Association of Physics Teachers.

Mr. Nadji has published various educational articles in The Physics Teacher magazine and other various mini-articles involving mathematical activities in The Mathematics Teacher magazine. He also authored computer software that was published on the Internet and distributed on CD-ROM in Japan.

Mr. Nadji developed and continues to teach an online math course at Northwestern Michigan College and has been an active member of various online educational groups that promote effective pedagogy in Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics through blogs and Twitter chats.

In addition, Mr. Nadji has conducted workshops and was invited to speak at various state, national, and international conferences that deal with Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics education and pedagogy.