Math/Science instructional Leader & Science instructor
I love teaching Earth and Space Science because my mission is to help our society develop a deeper and heathier relationship with the natural world. I spend my free time developing my permaculture garden, cooking great food for my friends and family, camping and hiking, and experimenting with all the new ideas and processes that I am excited about.
I am passionate about teaching, science, and body-building! When I'm not teaching, you can find me at my computer playing games on Steam, at the gym lifting weights, or spending time in mountains snow-boarding, camping, or hiking.
I bring 20 years of teaching experience and degrees in Civil Engineering and Biology to my classroom at Amy Biehl HS. My passions inside the classroom revolve around helping students develop a sense of connection to the natural world through an understanding of science. In particular some of my favorite topics include: the molecular biology of skin color, the form and function of proteins, the role of energy transformations across all science domains and the science of climate change. When I am not in the classroom you can most often find me backpacking around New Mexico and Colorado.
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