I have 10 years experience teaching all levels of Biology, including general biology, and advanced placement. I also teach Forensic Science and Zoology as elective courses.
I have a passion for life science and do my best to spread that to my students. I try to make learning fun and incorporate hands-on activities and real-world examples as much as possible. I pride myself on organization, hard work, and creativity.
- HHS Teacher of the Year 2013. - Ranked Most Effective Teacher (Top 44 in the state) and Level 5 (significantly above the average school in the state/testing pool) for the ACT End of Course Exam based on my students' scores for the past 3 consecutive years. - Ranked Level 5 (significantly above the average school in the state/testing pool) for our State Standardized Test based on my students' scores for the past 3 consecutive years. Most recently earning a 9.4 effectiveness growth score.
I received my Bacherlors degree in Life Science Education in May 2003 and my Masters degree in Educational Technology in August 2009, both at Ashland University. I'm a huge advocate of Professional development and attend as many conferences and classes as possible.
My teacher blog: http://missabiologyblog.blogspot.com/
Specialty, Math, Graphing, Science, Anatomy, Basic Principles, Biology, Chemistry, Environment, Other (Science), Health, Other (Specialty), Biology, Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation, For All Subject Areas, Family Consumer Sciences, Study Skills, General Science, Physical Science, Forensics, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Vocational Education