High School teacher
- Biology:This is a yearlong study of life from the simple cells to complex organisms, animals. Students will start this course by learning about basic chemistry. They will then apply that information to the structure and function of cells, which is the basis of all life. Students will also study cell reproduction, genetics, evolution, botany (the study of plants), zoology (the study of animals), and ecology (the study of the environment).
- Anatomy:This is a college preparatory course for students interested in the medical field (physical therapy, doctor, dentist, veterinarian, nurse, etc.). In this course students will study Human Anatomy (the study of structures) and Human Physiology (the study of structure functions) together. Students will be expected to learn and apply proper medical terminology, names and locations of many anatomical structures as well as their functions to the human body. The course is cumulative and will follow this series of topics; Atoms>molecules>organelles>cells>tissues>organs>organ systems>organism
- Science Credit
- Int. Science:This class is a project based learning class that is based on many different areas of science. Some of the unit projects include the solar system, biomes, scientific investigation, and research of scientific myths. Students will be expected to research, collect data, construct an end product for each unit and present it to the class.
Extra Curricular Activities
- High School Quiz Bowl Advisor
Education: Attended SDSU and USF for my undergrad andin Biology. Acquired Masters degree in secondary education from University of Sioux Falls.
MY Classroom Procedures BIO NB.docx
MY Classroom Procedures A & P NB.docx
MY Classroom Procedures Experimental science NB.docx
Semester outline for Experimental science.docx