Job well done!
Have a wonderful summer everyone!
Cross country running starts in August for middle school and high school runners. Meet schedules, paperwork and more information found online at asdk12.org
Next year I will be joining the staff to share the interesting, insightful, and intrinsic world of physics and physical science. I am excited about physics because it allows us to experience the veracity of science through our own experiences in everyday life! Through physics, people can understand the world more deeply and acquire the skills that lie at the root of wide ranging problems ranging from freestyle snowboarding, to engineering, forest management, calculus, vehicle maintenance and much more.
Physics is not boring, especially when your teacher has 10 years of diverse work experience to connect with the content. My background includes a significant amount of guiding and outdoor education, the planting of 80000 trees, as well as original quantitative research in avalanche safety among other studies and academic presentations. Institutionally, I have completed the Master in Arts in Teaching program for certification from the University of Alaska Southeast, and will soon finish my Masters in Science in Outdoor and Experiential Education from Alaska Pacific University. I have also received a BSc in physics from the University of British Columbia with a minor in philosophy and significant coursework in astrophysics.
I look forward to growing along with Steller’s critical thinking, active community of citizens by connecting science to the world around us and learning to think differently about everyday experiences.
Tuesday 5/17 End of Year Conferences (students are only at school with their parents/guardians for their scheduled conference time and then leave).