Why I need this: I started a new class this year called: "Let you voice be heard in Bioethics." A SMART Board would help me introduce the content of a bioethical issue in a way that engaged the interest of my students.
Biology: An introduction to life and life processes including: chemistry, scientific methods, chemistry, cells, ecosystems, photosynthesis, respiration, genetics, evolution, 6 kingdoms, etc.
Field Ecology: We focus on birds of prey, trees, ecotones, ecosystems, population studies, BHT studies, and field experiences.
Biochemistry: Focuses on Organic chemistry, macromolecules, health and diet, and protein synthesis.
Comingin 2010-2011 Bioethics! Studying about whats right and wrong in science including animal testing, euthanasia, cloning, genetic engineering, and much more!
6-12 Flip Cameras and tripods
6-12 GPS Units
Students need to be motivated through excitement and by real life experiences. As a teacher, it is my goal to provide a safe learning experience as I introduce students to one of the greatest available resources.... NATURE!
I am a 27 year old Science Teacher that is loving his profession. I have been teaching and coaching for 4 years.
College and Degrees:
Bachelorof Science in Biology
Minor in Religion
Bachelorof Arts in Education
Soccer, Wrestling, and Baseball Coach. A member of the geocaching world.
Hatchet, Heart of a Champion, The Giving Tree, To Kill a Mockingbird, Nature Survival Guide, Into the Wild.
"A mistake is simply another way of doing things.
"The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires."
Learning about preservation and conservation, surviving in the wild, swing dancing, sports, comedy, technology advancements, problem solving and puzzles, and having fun outdoors!
Hopewell Valley Regional School District (4 years)
Why Do I Teach?:
I am a teacher who leads by example. I like to "get down and dirty" with nature. I feel that my favorite past-time activity of just going out and exploring nature is becoming a lost art. My goal as a teaching is to get students outside and show them that nature has a lot to offer and that it can be FUN!