Location:Greensboro, NC, United States (From home)Education level: Masters
Education field: Education
Years of experience: more than 5
Attributes that best describes:
Strong analytical skills
I currently teach at Lakewood High School. The position includes department chairperson, science club mentor, and as a new teacher mentor. As a teacher I have taught every course, except chemistry, that has been offered at Lakewood High School to include Scientific Visualization 1 and 2 which teach students how to make 3D objects to be used in 3D modeling videos, games, or simulated models. While working at Lakewood High School I have written the curriculum for the Forensics and Biotechnology course. The class is taught as a lab based course to include hands on and computer simulated labs. I am currently an adjunct instructor at Campbell University. I am developing and teaching a class to give elementary student teachers the ability to master science concepts, biology, environmental, physics, and chemistry for the classroom and for the new praxis licensing test.
I have finished the master’s program and currently in the doctoral program in Science Education at North Carolina State University. I have finished all course work and have all but major exam and dissertation left. My research direction is in the direction of Makerspace, engineering, critical thinking and reasoning skill development in science education.
I have also spent 20 years in the medical field, working on the floor in the ER and OR as a radiology technologist, Cardiology Intervention and Specials Procedures Technologist, and as a Clinical Instructor for the local Radiology Technology program.
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