Rebecca spent 17 years in industrial research & development, then 8 years in academic research before switching teaching. She holds four science endorsements in biology, physics, chemistry and general science and has taught chemistry, physics, biology, environmental Earth science and physical science.
Rebecca believes in including inquiry and hands-on activities in science classes. Students need to be involved in their learning. Students are also tech savvy and so Rebecca incorporates the use of technology whenever possible. Problem- and project-based learning experiences engage students in ways that traditional learning styles do not and Rebecca will be adding and including these types of learning activities in her products.
Rebecca has been awarded numerous awards in research, both industrial and academic, and uses the skills obtained in that venue to create engaging lesson plans for students.
Rebecca has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, with American Chemical Society certification, a Bachelor of Arts in Physics, and a PhD in biophysics from Case Western Reserve University. She has completed coursework for teacher certification at Marshall University. She's also completed 8 years of doctoral and postdoctoral biomedical research.
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