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Michael Guarraia
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United States - Maryland - Catonsville
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As teachers, we are tasked with preparing students to be able to solve global problems that may not even exist yet!
 
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Slides to be used for practicing reading graduated cylinders, and using the water displacement method for measuring the volume of an irregular so...
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Super cool animation (I'm proud of this one!) that demonstrates the water displacement method for finding the volume of an irregularly shaped sol...
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This is an original PowerPoint animation that demonstrates the different between a series circuit and a parallel circuit. It shows both the stan...
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This is a quick animation that demonstrates to students how to find and use the zero mark on a ruler to ensure accurate measurements. Thanks! M...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently a Middle School Science Department Chair in Baltimore County, Maryland. Prior to teaching, I worked as a senior engineer for a major defense contractor.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student directed, inquiry based instruction. I firmly believe that students need an authentic context for what they are learning, and strive to provide applications for everything that they are learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2010: Curriculum Writer for Smithsonian Institute 2010: Curriculum Writer for Maryland Public Television 2010: Curriculum Writer for Baltimore County Public Schools 2009: Chesapeake Bay Trust $5,000 grant recipient 2009: Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Educator Nominee 2008: National Science Teacher Association New Science Teacher Academy Amgen Fellow

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2007: Master of Arts in Teaching - University of Maryland, Baltimore County 2000: Bachelor of Science in Engineering - Loyola University in Maryland

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am married to my wife, Carla, a high school biology teacher, and we have one child.