I am a biology and anatomy and physiology teacher with 10 years experience in the high school and junior college settings. I have a Master's in Education as well. Recently I returned to college and have earned 38 credit hours in the medical imaging program which is essentially all anatomy and physiology-based. I have great communicative skills, and have written many college research papers. I know how to present material so that students truly understand what it is that they are learning, and I do so by making it relevant to them. I am a life-long learner with a proven track record, both personally and professionally, of utilizing study skills that really work to ensure academic success. My sons would say that I was instrumental in their love for the sciences because, from little on, I had made their learning interesting and had helped them to 'connect the dots'. We are definitely a science household here, and in fact, my youngest son aspires to be a biology and anatomy and physiology teacher himself, and is enrolled in the teacher ed. program at North Central College. I am flattered and proud of his decision to be part of a profession which offers so many rewards. There is nothing more gratifying than making a difference in others' lives. Education is the vehicle to achieve that potential.
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