Since graduating with my undergrad degree in Life and Earth Science Education in 2007, I have had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of different types of contents and different levels of students. I have worked in 4 different school districts in this state, ranging from a very small, rural district to a very large, slightly more urban district. Throughout my time in education, I have had the opportunity to pass along my passion for science to many students and develop ways to engage students in the academic process.
In addition to the classroom environment, I have also made efforts to provide extra-curricular opportunities to my students to help them step outside of their local perspective and develop a more global perspective. In 2014, I led a group of students on an EF tour across Europe. In that same year, I participated in another EF tour to the UK. I feel that these kinds of experiences are invaluable ways to help students look beyond their local area and develop that incredibly important global perspective.
While teaching, I have also constantly involved myself in lifelong learning. In 2011, I began a masters program through Montana State University. I completed my Masters of Science in Science Education through MSU in 2014. Earning that degree gave me the requisite qualifications to move from the Atkins School District to the Greenbrier School District, where I was hired to teach concurrent (college) credit Advanced Placement Biology. That degree also allowed me to move into my current position in the Russellville School District as Science Instructional Coach.
Proficient with blended content delivery.
Good at developing cross-curricular connections with content.
Good at making real-world connections with content.
Knowledgeable in both content and pedagogical approaches.
Empathetic and approachable.
Quick and reliable communication.
Proficient with a variety of educational technologies.
Able to work with individuals at a variety of academic levels.
In this position, I taught Concurrent Credit Advanced Placement Biology and Pre-Advanced Placement Biology. My masters degree allowed me to provide 8 hours of college credit to the AP students who opted for it. In addition, I taught the 10th grade Pre-AP students to prepare them for the AP course.
I also sponsored the Student Alliance For Equality (S.A.F.E.) Club, and we participated in community service events as well as promoted tolerance and anti-bullying campaigns at the school and nearby.
In this position, I taught Biology, Pre-Advanced Placement Biology, Advanced Placement Biology, and Human Anatomy and Physiology. It was while working in this position that I obtained my masters degree in science education.
In addition to the subjects I taught, I also sponsored the Science Club and Co-Coached the Quiz Bowl team. The Science Club participated in community service events like Adopt-a-Highway litter pick up, and Quiz Bowl was a way for students to compete with other schools in an academic quizzing fashion.
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