Date: April 7, 2019
Megan Bartley has 25 years of experience teaching the physical sciences at both the high school and middle school levels, and 8 years of experience using Modeling Instruction in her classroom. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Secondary Education from Western Michigan University. She has served as a Science Department Chair at both public and private schools in Michigan and California and currently teaches Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and Advanced Physics at Benzie Central High School. Megan has facilitated Physics I and Chemistry I workshops in Los Angeles, Boston, and several cities in Michigan as a part of the Michigan Modeling Instruction Community. She will be facilitating the Chemistry I workshop in Massachusetts this summer.
Chris Manor has 14 years of experience teaching chemistry, primarily at the high school level, as well as some community college teaching experience. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and a Master of Arts in Secondary Education. He currently teaches honors, AP and organic chemistry in a public school 25 miles south of Nashville. Chris has led Chemistry 1 Modeling workshops in Tennessee and Massachusetts. He will serve as one of the leaders of a Chemistry 2 workshop in Massachusetts this summer.
Modules are $25 for current AMTA members and $50 for non-members.