Hello! I am a student at the Warner School of Education at the U of R, and this is my blog. Here you can follow me on my journey towards teacherdom as I dive into training to be a high school science teacher, and I invite you to explore with me what it means to “be the change”.
- Science Education Stuff– This category is the home of all of my blog posts about… you got it! Science education stuff. From projects we’re doing as education students to theories about education practices and everything in between!
- Science- So What?– Why everyone, not just us nerdy folk, should care about science.
- On a personal note– The title is pretty self-explanatory, don’t you think?
A bit of background on me:
I came to Rochester, NY from Colorado by way of New York City. That is to say that after graduating from Colorado State University with my Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences, I accepted a position as an embryologist at a fertility clinic in Manhattan. (When people ask me what an embryologist is, I like to say, “I made babies”.) After three years of NYC, my husband and I decided to move to his hometown of Rochester, and I decided to pursue my long-time passion of becoming a teacher. This blog is like an online, totally public diary of my journey through the Warner School of Education. (Perhaps sans a few nitty gritty details here and there…)