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Tetap terhubung secara sosial, unduh musik, nikmati game online, lihat dan unggah video. Sambungkan laptop, tablet, konsol game, dan ponsel cerdas Anda dengan mudah melalui telepon nirkabel di rumah. Bebaskan diri Anda dari kontrak, pergilah hari ini. Layanan pelanggan kami yang memenangkan penghargaan tersedia untuk membantu. LAYANAN INTERNET KECEPATAN TINGGI INFO LEBIH LANJUT LAYANAN INTERNET LEBIH INFO HOME TELEPON amp TINGGI KECEPATAN INTERNET BUNDLE INFO LEBIH LANJUT CUSTOMER CARE Akses informasi akun Anda, ubah kata sandi Anda, bayar pernyataan dan banyak lagi.Long Island Sonja Anderson Sayville School District Sonja Anderson mendapatkan gelar BS di Ilmu Lingkungan dari Binghamton University dan Master of Arts dalam Teaching dari Stony Brook University. Di kelas selama sembilan tahun, dia mengajar Lingkungan Ilmu Lingkungan dan Lingkungan Hidup Tingkat Lanjut di Sekolah Menengah Sayville. Seorang advokat yang kuat untuk penyelidikan berdasarkan pembelajaran langsung, dia melibatkan murid-muridnya dengan berbagai kegiatan pelayanan masyarakat, pemecahan masalah, dan teknologi yang ditanam. Kepentingan profesional Mrs. Andersonrsquos berfokus pada pembelajaran kooperatif dan menggabungkan teknologi ke dalam pembelajaran sehari-hari. Proyeknya saat ini mencakup program percontohan untuk mengintegrasikan tablet pribadi ke dalam kelas. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, dia berperan sebagai co-advisor untuk Klub SWEEP (Student Working for Enhanced Environmental Protection) dan merupakan Direktur Besar untuk Pengajar Lingkungan untuk Asosiasi Guru Sains NYS. Dia baru-baru ini merasa terhormat dengan Bright Lights Award dari Suffolk ASSET (Association of Suffolk County Supervisors for Educational Technology) atas kontribusinya untuk memperbaiki teknologi di dalam kelas. Seorang pelajar kolaboratif seumur hidup, Nyonya Anderson terinspirasi oleh kata-kata Albert Einstein: Orang bodoh bisa tahu. Intinya adalah untuk memahami. Charles Bewick Sewanhaka School District - Bio Coming Soon - Claire Birone Babel Union Free School District Claire Birone meraih gelar BS dalam bidang biologi dari Siena College dan Master of Arts in Teaching Biology dari Stony Brook University. Di kelas selama delapan tahun, Ms. Birone mendirikan dan sekarang mengkoordinasikan Program Penelitian Ilmu Pengetahuan di Babel High School. Dia adalah advokat yang kuat untuk memberi kesempatan kepada murid-muridnya untuk berpartisipasi dalam penelitian ilmiah otentik untuk memfasilitasi penerapan pengetahuan konten ke pengalaman kehidupan umum, sehingga menunjukkan bagaimana sains mencapai jauh di luar dinding kelas. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, Ibu Birone dan murid-muridnya berkolaborasi dengan ilmuwan profesional dan sekolah lokal lainnya untuk melakukan penelitian di Brookhaven National Laboratory di bidang biologi struktural. Hasil penelitian ini dipublikasikan dalam jurnal ilmiah peer-review. Pandangan Ms. Bironersquos tentang pendidikan paling baik dijelaskan dalam kata-kata Albert Einstein, Pendidikan ldquo Pendidikan bukan pembelajaran fakta, tapi pelatihan pikiran untuk dipikirkan. Dalam Program Magang NYS, dia sangat menantikan untuk berkolaborasi dengan seperti -minded guru untuk memperdalam pengetahuan konten dan memperluas praktek pedagogis nya. Dia bermaksud untuk bergabung dengan Guru Besar Sekolah Tinggi Penelitian Guru dan Guru Biologi Tim Pembelajaran Profesional. Ashley Bloch Islip School District Ashley Bloch meraih gelar BS di General Biology dari SUNY Stony Brook, MS di Science Education dari Dowling College dan mengajar Ilmu Bumi 8 kelas dipercepat dan Sains Umum kelas 8 di Sekolah Menengah Islip. Seorang guru selama 11 tahun, Ms Bloch adalah advokat yang kuat untuk mendidik seluruh anak, dan berusaha untuk memicu ketertarikan pada sains melalui laboratorium langsung dan koneksi kurikuler dunia nyata. Dengan menghargai kolaborasi profesional, dia melayani sebagai Perwakilan Area Perihal di Tingkat Menengah Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Wakil Presiden Program untuk Bagian County Suffolk dari Asosiasi Guru Sains NYS. Ms Bloch aktif dalam berbagai program pendidikan di Brookhaven National Laboratory. Dia merasa terhormat dengan Asosiasi Guru Sains Sains dari New York Statersquos Tingkat Intermediate Science Teacher of the Year untuk Suffolk County. Dalam Program Guru Magang NYS, Ibu Bloch berpartisipasi dalam Tim Pembelajaran Profesional Ilmu Bumi. Ibu Bloch mengatakan bahwa murid-muridnya mendapat pertanyaan memotivasi dia untuk belajar lebih banyak, dan dia terinspirasi oleh kata-kata fisikawan teoretis Michio Kaku: ldquoHumans adalah ilmuwan kelahiran alami. Saat wersquore lahir, kita ingin tahu mengapa bintang bersinar. Kami ingin tahu mengapa matahari terbit.rdquo Mary Alexis Blondrage Distrik Sekolah Sewanhaka Mary Alexis Blondrage berhasil mendapatkan gelar BS dan MS di bidang Environmental Science and Engineering dari Rochester Institute of Technology, dan Master of Arts dalam Teaching in Biology dari Stony Brook University. Di kelas enam tahun, Ms. Blondrage menjalankan program penelitian sains dan mengajar Living Environment di The Wheatley School. Dia adalah pendukung kuat pembelajaran interdisipliner dan advokat untuk memberikan pendidikan berkualitas tinggi kepada semua siswa. Dia mendukung murid-muridnya untuk memenuhi gaya belajar individu guna meningkatkan keterlibatan dan penguasaan konten. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, Ms. Blondrage adalah trainer turnkey distrik untuk Common Core Learning Standards dan berada di dewan pengawas untuk NYS Science and Engineering Fair, sebuah kompetisi sains tingkat tinggi untuk kelas 6 th -12 . Ms Blondrage terinspirasi oleh kata-kata penulis abad ke-20 Afrika-Amerika, Zora Neale Hurston: ldquoResearch diformalkan rasa ingin tahu. Ini menusuk dan mencongkel dengan sebuah tujuan. Dalam Program Magang NYS, dia adalah anggota Tim Pembelajaran Profesi Guru Riset, yang didedikasikan untuk meninjau kembali prakarsa program penelitian di berbagai sekolah. Elisa Bogen Smithtown School District - Bio Coming Soon - Robert Bolen Eastport-South Manor Central School District - Bio Segera Hadir - Maria Brown Sayville School District Maria Brown mendapatkan gelar MS in Environmental Science dari Long Island University (LIU), BA dalam Biologi dan BS Di Geologi dari City University New York di Queens College. Dia adalah Ilmuwan Lahan Basah Bersertifikat Profesional, dan kandidat untuk Graduate Certificate Lanjutan di Ilmu Geospasial dari Universitas Stony Brook di mana dia adalah Dosen Tetap di Departemen Studi Keberlanjutan. Sebelum menjadi guru, Ibu Brown bekerja sebagai ilmuwan lingkungan senior di sektor swasta. Di kelas 16 tahun, Mrs. Brown mengajar Research in Science amp Engineering (RISE) Tiers 1-4 dan RISE Tech di Sayville High School. Dia juga telah merancang dan menerapkan kursus Ilmu Lingkungan dan Inklusi Penempatan Lanjutan Lingkungan di sekolah menengah atas. Ibu Brown menikmati pengajaran eksperimental yang inovatif dan inovatif dimana siswa terlibat dalam kegiatan untuk menemukan solusi atas masalah yang berarti. Kelasnya melibatkan siswa dalam teknologi mutakhir termasuk penggunaan probe lingkungan, aplikasi perangkat lunak, robotika, atau pengkodean. Ibu Brown aktif di berbagai organisasi profesi, dan merupakan Wakil Presiden Penelitian Pesisir Masyarakat Pendidikan Long Island. Dia menerima banyak penghargaan pengajaran dan diakui sebagai Guru Sekolah Tinggi Long Islandrsquos tahun 2013 dari LIU. Stephanie Burns Connetquot Central School District Dibesarkan di Clinton, NY, Stephanie Burns meraih gelar BS di bidang Meteorologi dari SUNY College di Oneonta. Dia bekerja sebagai ahli meteorologi on-air untuk WKTV, seorang afiliasi NBC di Utica, sebelum pindah ke Long Island dan mendapatkan gelar Master of Arts Teaching Earth Science dari Stony Brook University. Ny. Burns mengajar Ilmu Bumi dan Astronomi di Sekolah Tinggi Connetquot di Bohemia. Seorang pendidik dengan pengalaman sembilan tahun, Ny. Burns adalah pendukung kuat pembelajaran langsung, terbelah, dan menikmati pengembangan ilmu pengetahuan geosains dan ruang angkasa di murid-murid sekolah menengahnya. Di Connetquot HS, dia menciptakan kursus pilihan di Astronomi amp Ilmu Lingkungan dan Pelestarian. Proyek terbaru meliputi murid-muridnya untuk melakukan penelitian ke kawah dampak darat bekerjasama dengan NASA dan astronot yang berada di dalam Stasiun Luar Angkasa Internasional. Ny. Burns adalah Pelaut Cuaca Nasional SKYWARN Spotter, dan anggota Asosiasi Guru Sains NYS. Mrs. Burns menghargai partisipasinya dalam Konferensi Pengembangan Profesi Tahunan Guru Besar NYS untuk proyek simposium terbuka yang baru di kelasnya. Proyek ini cukup berhasil mendukung siswa dalam membaca penelitian tingkat tinggi untuk mempelajari lebih lanjut tentang topik yang menarik minat mereka. Susan Campbell Brentwood Union Free School District - Bio Coming Soon - Richard Gearns Sachem School District Richard Gearns memperoleh gelar MS in Physics Education dari Buffalo State College, dan merupakan seorang mahasiswa Doktor Ilmu Pendidikan di Stony Brook, meneliti ketidaksetaraan sosioekonomi dan implikasinya terhadap sains. Pendidikan di sekolah menengah. Di kelas 10 tahun, Mr. Gearns mengajar Bupati dan Fisika Penempatan Lanjutan di Sachem High School East di Farmingville. Pak Gearns mengkhususkan diri dalam membuat demonstrasi dari bahan-bahan yang tidak mahal, dan kelasnya dengan penuh kasih disebut mengenakan garpu rambu-rambu oleh rekan-rekannya. Pak Gearns berusaha untuk menciptakan saat-saat belajar dengan siswa-siswanya dengan memfasilitasi pengalaman belajar penyelidikan yang berpusat pada siswa. Dia adalah pendiri dan penyelenggara Konferensi Guru Besar ldquoTeslamania, di mana guru kelas hadir, dengan bakat dan kecakapan memainkan pertunjukan, demonstrasi ilmu pengetahuan terbaik mereka untuk guru lain di lapangan. Sebagai anggota dewan direksi untuk Museum Tesla dan Pusat Sains nirlaba di Wardenclyffe, Mr. Gearns berusaha untuk melestarikan gedung laboratorium berdiri terakhir Nikola Tesla dengan mengadvokasi pusat sains peringatan dengan fasilitas museum, arsip, dan penelitian. Gloria Gill-Klesaris Port Washington School District Gloria Gill-Klesaris memperoleh gelar BA di bidang Ilmu Bumi dan Antariksa dengan jurusan Ilmu Lingkungan dan Master of Art dalam Teaching Earth Science dari Stony Brook University (SBU). Di kelas selama empat tahun, Nyonya Gill-Klesaris mengajar Ilmu Bumi di sekolah menengah Weber di Port Washington. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, dia menasihati klub buku tahunan tersebut, termasuk dalam Komite Kemanusiaan sekolah, dan menjabat sebagai mentor Perintis College, yang mendukung siswa yang pertama di keluarga mereka untuk kuliah. Ibu Gill-Klesaris telah berpartisipasi dalam berbagai proyek musim panas penelitian Ilmu Pengetahuan Bumi dengan fakultas di SBU, dan aktif dalam asosiasi profesional termasuk Pine Barrens Society, Departemen Pendidikan NYS dan Asosiasi Guru Sains NYS. Dia telah mempresentasikan penelitiannya, ldquoDocumenting Carolina Bay Formations di Long Island, di Geologi Long Island dan Metropolitan NY Annual Conference pada tahun 2012, dan terpilih sebagai presenter poster di Pine Barrens Research Forum pada tahun 2013. Sebagai Guru Magang NYS, Nyonya Gill-Klesaris bercita-cita untuk memperdalam dan memperluas konten dan pengetahuan pedagogisnya di seluruh disiplin STEM, mengabdikan dirinya untuk berprestasi sebagai pendidik dan pemimpin profesional. Jason Gutlaizer Sewanhaka School District Jason Gutlaizer menerima gelar BS di bidang Pendidikan Kimia dari Boston University, MA in Gifted Education dari Teachers College, dan mengajar Kimia Tingkat Lanjut 10 dan Kimia Penempatan Lanjutan di H. Frank Carey High School di Franklin Square. Seorang pendukung kuat untuk harapan akademis yang tinggi dan pembelajaran berbasis penyelidikan untuk semua siswa, Mr. Gutlaizer melibatkan murid-muridnya dalam menantang masalah di mana mereka diminta untuk sampai pada sebuah solusi. Minat profesionalnya berfokus pada literasi sains dan membuat materi pelajaran menjadi nyata dan nyata. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, dia juga menjabat sebagai penasihat bersama untuk Kelas 2016. Penghargaan terakhir mencakup Anggota Staf Bulan Ini dari Carey Dadsrsquo Club dan H. Frank Carey Award dari Asosiasi Siswa Guru Induk, keduanya sebagai pengakuan. Dari kontribusinya kepada komunitas H. Frank Carey High School dan komitmennya terhadap tubuh siswa. Gutlaizer telah terinspirasi oleh diskusi dengan rekan Guru Guru di kohort Long Island, memperhatikan energi kreatif baru di dalam dirinya dengan menjadi bagian dari jaringan untuk berbagi sumber pengajaran. Proyek Hari Mole adalah satu sumber yang didekati oleh murid-muridnya Joseph Hanley Catherine Hantz Mount Sinai School District Catherine Hantz meraih gelar BS di bidang Geografi dari Cortland State University, MS di Geosciences dari Universitas Stony Brook, dan saat ini menjadi kandidat doktor dalam Pendidikan Sains di Universitas Stony Brook. Di kelas 16 tahun, Ibu Hantz mengajar Ilmu Bumi di Mt. Sinai High School. Dia mulai mengajar setelah 10 tahun berkarir sebagai spesialis lingkungan di industri swasta. Filosofi pengajarannya menekankan kesempatan belajar lintas disiplin dan penyelidikan berbasis di mana siswa dapat terlibat dalam kegiatan teknologi-infused, pemecahan masalah yang menumbuhkan literasi ilmiah. Kepentingan profesional Hantzrsquos berfokus pada pengembangan literasi sains untuk mempersiapkan siswa dengan lebih baik untuk mendapatkan perguruan tinggi STEM atau jalur karir. Untuk mencapai hal ini, dia mengembangkan tim transisi yang baru untuk memenuhi kebutuhan keterampilan dan kemampuan yang dibutuhkan oleh siswa baru yang masuk untuk memastikan pengalaman sekolah yang sukses dan bermakna. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, Ms Hantz terpilih untuk berpartisipasi dalam hibah National Science Foundation yang dirancang untuk memberi kesempatan kepada siswa untuk mendapatkan penelitian sains independen, dan untuk menciptakan serangkaian latihan laboratorium ilmu bumi dan lingkungan. Latihan lab ini menggunakan teknologi geospasial dan multimedia pengalaman untuk mengenalkan siswa ke Antartika dalam konteks kurikulum yang ada. ZwnjKristin Holmes Commack Union Free School District Kristin Holmes meraih gelar BA di bidang Matematika dan Ilmu Komputer dari Vassar College dan MA in Education dari Stony Brook University. Di kelas sembilan tahun, Mrs. Holmes mengajar Precalculus and Introductory, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Computer Science di Commack High School. Dia adalah pendukung kuat untuk keadilan pendidikan dan pendukung pengembangan siswa untuk memahami melalui penerapan konsep dan keterampilan mereka ke situasi dunia nyata. Nyonya Holmes melibatkan murid-muridnya dalam pembelajaran aktif melalui pendampingan sebaya, pembelajaran problembased, dan kelompok belajar. Kepentingan profesionalnya berfokus pada integrasi teknologi di kelas, tim pembelajaran profesional untuk guru, dan memperluas partisipasi dalam kursus STEM tingkat tinggi untuk populasi siswa yang kurang terwakili. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, Mrs. Holmes adalah anggota Dewan Guru Matematika Nasional, Asosiasi Guru Matematika NYS, Asosiasi Guru Matematika Suffolk County, dan Asosiasi Guru Ilmu Komputer. Sebelum bergabung dengan Program Magang NYS, Mrs. Holmes adalah seorang peneliti kecerdasan dan robot buatan dan pengembang sistem perdagangan real-time untuk pasar mata uang asing. Bryan Horan Northport-East Northport School District Bryan Horan memperoleh gelar BA di Biology and MS in Liberal Studies dari Stony Brook University (SBU) dan memiliki sertifikasi tetap dalam Biologi dan Kimia. Sebelum mengajar, Mr. Horan bekerja sebagai ilmuwan di Brookhaven National Laboratory yang melakukan penyelidikan di neuropharmacology. Di kelas selama 17 tahun, Mr. Horan adalah Koordinator Program Penelitian Ilmu Pengetahuan di Northport High School dan menjadi co-advisor untuk tim Olimpiade Sains. Horan juga baru-baru ini bertindak sebagai Direktur Program Riset Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Direktur Pusat Filantropi untuk A Midwinter Nights Dream, Inc. sebuah organisasi nirlaba yang dikelola oleh Northport High School yang telah mengumpulkan lebih dari 3 juta pasien rujukan dan terapi amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) . Selain tanggung jawab sekolahnya, Mr. Horan adalah co-director untuk Ilmuwan Long Island Science Fair Fair Science Broadcom MASTERS, dan instruktur di SBU di mana dia turut mengajarkan Demonstrasi dan Metode Ilmu Pengetahuan Kimia I. Mr. Horan menemukan inspirasi dalam kata-kata penulis fiksi ilmiah Isaac Asimov, Ada satu cahaya sains, dan untuk mencerahkannya di mana saja untuk mencerahkannya di mana-mana. Sebagai Guru Besar NYS, Bapak Horan berharap dapat menciptakan kesempatan pengembangan profesional yang bermakna untuk dibagikan dengan guru K-12. Anne Ippolito William Floyd School District Anne Ippolito meraih gelar BA di Environmental Earth Sciences dari Boston University dan Master of Arts dalam Teaching Earth Science dari Stony Brook University. Ms Ippolito mempelajari lingkungan muara, evolusi pantai, dan geologi glasial sambil menyelesaikan penelitian lapangan di lokasi seperti Crane Beach dan Martharsquos Vineyard di Massachusetts dan Hartford Basin di Connecticut. Di kelas selama enam tahun, Ms Ippolito mengajar Ilmu Bumi, Ilmu Lingkungan dan Astronomi Penempatan Lanjutan di Sekolah Tinggi William Floyd. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, dia mengkoordinasikan acara Gown Giveaway tahunan. Proyek profesional sebelumnya termasuk bekerja dengan Central Pine Barrens Commission, Laboratorium Nasional Brookhaven, Departemen Pelestarian Lingkungan NYS, dan Suaka Margasatwa Nasional Wertheim, yang memfasilitasi analisis siswa tentang pengumpulan air lokal melalui Hari ldquoA di Kehidupan Sungai Carmines. Ippolito menikmati hiking, birding dan bermain tenis, dan sebagai pendidik, terinspirasi oleh kata-kata astronom, Carl Sagan: Ilmu pengetahuan lebih dari sekedar pengetahuan. Ini adalah cara berpikir. Sebagai Guru Besar NYS, Ippolito menantikan kesempatan pengembangan profesional untuk memperdalam dan memperluas konten dan pengetahuan pedagogisnya dan untuk membangun kemitraan pendidikan baru. Daniel Jantzen Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District - Bio Coming Soon - Michael Jantzen Tiga Distrik Sekolah Desa Michael Jantzen meraih gelar BA di bidang Biologi dengan gelar minor di bidang Geologi dari Binghamton University dan Master of Arts dalam Teaching in Biology di Stony Brook University. Di kelas 11 tahun, Bapak Jantzen mengajar Ilmu Bumi dan Lingkungan Hidup di SMP Robert Cushman Murphy. Sebagai advokat yang kuat untuk kelas yang berpusat pada siswa yang menantang, dia secara konsisten melibatkan ilmuwan mudanya dalam pelajaran berbasis penemuan. Siswa Jantzenrsquos belajar bagaimana melakukan penyelidikan dengan mengumpulkan bukti dari berbagai sumber, mengembangkan penjelasan dari data, dan mempertahankan kesimpulan mereka. Kepentingan profesionalnya berfokus pada studi benda-benda di dekat Bumi, dan dia adalah kontributor Yayasan B612, sebuah yayasan swasta yang didedikasikan untuk melindungi Bumi dari serangan asteroid. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, dia adalah anggota Asosiasi Guru Sains NYS dan merupakan pelatih kepala R.C. Tim sepak bola SMP Murphy. Dalam Program Master Guru NYS, Mr. Jantzen adalah anggota Tim Pembelajaran Profesional Flipping the Classroom, dan berpartisipasi dalam kursus Mengukur Perubahan Iklim Global dan Kursus Mini Makanan Terukur Genetika. Janet Kaczmarek Sayville School District Janet Kaczmarek meraih gelar BS di Geology, MS di Geosciences dari Stony Brook University (SBU), dan mendapat sertifikasi Ilmu Bumi dan Kimia. Selama studi pascasarjana, Mrs. Kaczmarek bekerja sebagai pengguna beamline di National Synchrotron Light Source di Brookhaven National Lab. Ibu Kaczmarek telah menjadi guru sains di Sayville High School sejak tahun 2000. Di luar kelas, Ibu Kaczmarek adalah seorang Peneliti Ilmu Pengetahuan untuk siswa SMA yang terdaftar dalam Prinsip-prinsip SBU dalam Pemetaan Sistem Informasi Geologi dan Geografis I, sebuah kursus yang dia tim ajarkan Dengan Guru Guru NYS yang lain. Ibu Kaczmarek adalah anggota aktif Asosiasi Guru Sains NYS, dan berencana untuk hadir pada Konferensi Tahunan di Rochester. Nyonya Kaczmarek menghabiskan waktu berperahu di Great South Bay, dengan sukarela membantu membangun kembali populasi tiram di Teluk Bellport, dan memainkan seruling untuk Sunday Service, pernikahan dan musikal liburan. Sebagai Guru Besar NYS, Ibu Kaczmarek telah menikmati dan belajar dari program studi mini di Ilmu Bumi, dan percaya bahwa Tim Pembelajaran Profesional (PLT), seperti Labs Inquiry Labs yang menjadi anggotanya, sangat bermanfaat. Karena mereka terlibat secara profesional dan sosial. Elizabeth Kamerer Port Washington School District Elizabeth Kamerer meraih gelar BA di bidang Matematika dari Universitas Adelphi, dan MS di Computers in Education dari Long Island University. Di kelas selama 20 tahun, Ibu Kamerer memulai karirnya mengajar matematika di sekolah menengah dan pindah ke sekolah menengah atas setelah mengikuti Program Pelatihan Kepemimpinan untuk Guru Matematika di SUNY Old Westbury, yang memicu keinginannya untuk mengajar matematika tingkat tinggi. . Dia saat ini mengajar Aljabar Core Umum, AP Kalkulus AB, AP Kalkulus SM di Schreiber High School. Dia percaya bahwa sangat penting untuk percaya pada siswa, bahkan ketika mereka tidak percaya pada diri mereka sendiri, dan berusaha untuk membantu murid-muridnya memahami bahwa kemunduran adalah bagian integral dari pembelajaran. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, Ibu Kamerer telah melatih tim Math Counts dan membimbing siswa untuk pameran Long Island Al Kalfus Math. Ibu Kamerer adalah anggota Pi Mu Epsilon National Honorary Mathematics Society sebagai pengakuan atas prestasi unggul di bidang matematika. Ibu Kamerer adalah anggota aktif Dewan Guru Matematika Nasional dan Asosiasi Guru Matematika Nassau County, penerima beberapa hibah dari Yayasan Pendidikan Port Washington, dan presenter lokakarya di beberapa konferensi pengajaran selama bertahun-tahun, termasuk LIMACON Long Island Konferensi Matematika. Elizabeth menantikan kesempatan pengembangan profesional Program Magang NYS karena dia ingin belajar bersama dengan guru termotivasi lainnya. Jennifer Keller Southampton School District - Bio Coming Soon - Justin King Commack Union Free School District Justin King memperoleh gelar BS di bidang Fisika dari Union College dan Master of Arts dalam Teaching dari Stony Brook University. Dia telah mengajar fisika di Commack High School selama tujuh tahun terakhir. Selain mengajar, Tuan King melatih tim Olimpiade Sains dan tim Science Quiz Bowl. Mr King telah mengadopsi model pengajaran Kelas Flipped dan mulai menerapkan model Master Flipped, di mana siswa bekerja dengan kecepatan mereka sendiri untuk menyelesaikan unit pengajaran di dalam lingkungan yang mendorong pemahaman dan sintesis pengetahuan yang benar. Sebagai Guru Besar NYS, Tuan melihat ke depan untuk bekerja dengan rekan sejawat di bidang sains dan matematika untuk menemukan cara yang menarik dan inovatif untuk mendidik dan menginspirasi murid-muridnya. Theresa Kraycar East Hampton School District Theresa Kraycar mendapatkan gelar MS-nya di Applied Math and Statistics dari Stony Brook University. Di kelas selama 20 tahun, Ibu Kraycar mengajarkan aljabar, trigonometri, dan statistik tingkat lanjut di East Hampton High School. Sebagai pendukung kuat pembelajaran yang berpusat pada siswa, Ibu Kraycar memberi kesempatan kepada siswa untuk secara produktif berjuang, berkolaborasi, dan belajar matematika melalui proses pemodelan, analisis, dan aktivitas langsung. Bagian favoritnya tentang mengajar STEM adalah membantu siswa melihat bagaimana matematika diintegrasikan ke dalam sains dan alam. Kepentingan profesionalnya meliputi pembelajaran guru, peningkatan instruksional dan penelitian tentang Spektrum Autisme. Ibu Kraycar adalah seorang penulis yang berkontribusi dalam artikel tentang Rasio Seks di Spektrum Autisme. Selain tanggung jawab mengajarnya, Ibu Kraycar memimpin studi ldquolesson, mengembangkan praktik pengembangan profesional yang diperjuangkan oleh pendidik Jepang, dan merupakan anggota aktif dari Liga Aktivitas Polisi. Kutipan favoritnya adalah dari Galileo Galilei ldquoJika saya memulai pelajaran lagi, saya akan mengikuti saran dari Plato dan memulai dengan matematika. William Leacock Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District - Bio Coming Soon - Soowook Lee Roslyn School District Soowook Lee memperoleh BE-nya di Teknik Sipil dari Cooper Union, dan MEd di Math Education di Lehman College. Di kelas selama 15 tahun, Tuan Lee mengajar Kalkulus Geometri dan Multivariabel di Roslyn High School. Advokat yang kuat untuk pelajaran penemuan yang berpusat pada siswa, Mr. Lee melibatkan murid-muridnya dalam pembelajaran berbasis masalah, tantangan mencari pola, dan pertanyaan matematika tingkat tinggi. Kepentingan profesional Leersquos berfokus pada penelitian matematika dan pembinaan tim matematika. Proyeknya saat ini meliputi pembuatan sumber video bagi siswa dan mengembangkan strategi efektif untuk pengajaran Matematika Inti Bersama. Selain tugas mengajarnya, ia juga menjabat sebagai pelatih tim Matematika untuk Roslyn High School. Lee baru-baru ini dihormati sebagai finalis negara untuk Penghargaan Presiden untuk Keunggulan dalam Pengajaran Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan (PAEMST), penghargaan tertinggi untuk guru matematika dan sains. Tuan Lee adalah seorang Guru Besar dengan Matematika untuk Amerika sebelum bergabung dengan Wilayah Long Island dari Program Guru Guru NYS. Kimberly Libertini Valley Stream School District Kimberly A. Libertini meraih gelar BS di bidang Biologi dari SUNY New Paltz, MS di Biology Education dari Long Island University (LIU) dan sertifikat untuk Kepemimpinan Sekolah dan Kepemimpinan Sekolah di Administrasi Pendidikan dari Universitas Stony Brook. Di kelas 15 tahun, Libertini mengajar Living Environment and Authentic Science Research di Valley Stream North High School. Advokat yang kuat untuk komunikasi yang efektif, keterampilan memecahkan masalah, interpretasi data dan pembelajaran langsung, dia melibatkan murid-muridnya dalam membaca dan memahami artikel penelitian ilmiah mutakhir yang mendorong mereka untuk mengembangkan proyek penelitian mereka sendiri, menggunakan metodologi yang tepat, dan menerapkannya. Keterampilan komunikasi tertulis dan lisan yang efektif untuk melaporkan temuan. Libertini adalah pemrakarsa lokakarya yang berfokus pada pengembangan teknik pembelajaran yang efektif, aktif dan kooperatif dengan Dewan Pendidikan Koperasi dan Dewan Pengurus Asosiasi NYS setempat. Minat penelitiannya berfokus pada profil ekspresi gen dan kanker, topik yang dia teliti dalam pekerjaan Laboratorium Cold Spring Harbor. Selain tanggung jawab mengajar SMA-nya, Libertini telah mengajar sebagai profesor tamu untuk kelas sarjana dan sarjana di LIU. Caryl Lorandini Carle Place School District Caryl Lorandini meraih gelar BS di bidang Pendidikan Dasar dari SUNY College di Old Westbury, dan MS dari Long Island University-CW Post. Ibu Lorandini memegang sertifikasi baik Pendidikan Dasar dan Matematika. Selama mengajar di Lorandinirsquos hampir 20 tahun, Ibu Lorandini telah menemukan inspirasi di keluarga, murid dan rekan kerja, dan memiliki kecintaan yang mendalam untuk belajar dan mengajar. Di Carle Place MiddleHigh School selama 14 tahun terakhir, Ibu Lorandini mengajar Matematika dan Aljabar kelas 8, dan berfungsi sebagai Penasihat untuk National Junior Honor Society dan Mathematics Honor Society. Ibu Lorandini adalah anggota aktif komunitas profesionalnya yang bertugas di dewan Eksekutif Asosiasi Guru Matematika Nassau County, Asosiasi Pengawas dan Asosiasi Matematika Matematika Matematika NYS Nassau County. Lorandini telah mempresentasikan lokakarya di konferensi distrik, kabupaten, negara bagian dan nasional. Sebagai Guru Besar NYS, Ibu Lorandini sangat mengharapkan kesempatan untuk menjadi bagian dari tim pembelajaran profesional untuk memperdalam dan memperluas pengetahuan tentang matematika. Keith Lundquist South Huntington Union Sekolah Gratis Distrik Keith Lundquist memperoleh gelar BA di bidang Fisika dan Matematika dari SUNY Oswego, MA di Science Education dari New York University dan saat ini menjadi mahasiswa PhD di Science Education di Stony Brook University. Bahkan setelah 15 tahun berada di kelas, Lundquist berdedikasi untuk mengembangkan ketrampilannya sebagai pendidik agar bisa menjadi instruktur terbaik bagi murid-muridnya, dan menikmati berkolaborasi dengan rekan-rekannya mengenai materi dan penerapan baru. Dia mengajar Advanced Placement (AP) dan Honors Physics and Astronomy di Walt Whitman High School. Sebagai pendukung pengajaran berpusat pada siswa lama, Lundquist menggabungkan murid-muridnya untuk menarik minat dan tujuan ke dalam perencanaan pelajaran. Dalam Program Guru Magang NYS, dia memimpin sebuah lokakarya untuk rekannya AP Physics Teachers, dengan fokus pada berbagai topik yang berkaitan dengan isi dan struktur kursus, dan Teslamania yang terorganisir, sebuah demonstrasi demonstrasi fisika antara para guru. Pak Lundquist suka mengajar STEM untuk kreativitasnya. Dia sering bisa dikutip mengatakan, ldquoUntuk benar-benar melakukan sains adalah melakukan sesuatu yang belum pernah dilakukan sebelumnya. Kreativitas adalah inti dari setiap penemuan.rdquo Lawrence Maggio Plainedge School District Lawrence Maggio memperoleh gelar BA dari SUNY College di Oswego di bidang Pemasaran dan Matematika, MS dalam Pendidikan dari Molloy College, dan National Board Certification. Di kelas selama 14 tahun, ia mengajar Advanced Placement AB amp BC Kalkulus dan Geometri di Plainedge High School. Maggio secara teratur merefleksikan bagaimana pelajaran dirasakan oleh siswa, menyesuaikan kemampuan mengajarnya untuk lebih memenuhi kebutuhan mereka dan mengintegrasikan berbagai bentuk teknologi. Seorang pelajar seumur hidup sendiri, dia mencari metode pedagogis baru untuk meningkatkan apresiasi siswa terhadap matematika. Maggio telah melayani sebagai guru yang bekerja sama untuk guru siswa dan senang berbagi cintanya untuk mengajar dengan siapa saja yang mau mendengarkan Di luar kelas dia adalah penasihat Dewan Mahasiswa Sophomore, Math Honor Society, Yearbook, dan Lights and Sound Crew untuk Fall Play dan Spring Musical. With the NYS State Master Teacher Program, Mr. Maggio participates in discussions about Common Core teaching strategies, Integrated Algebra Regents, and AP Calculus Free response questions. Jacque McCormack Brentwood Union Free School District Jacque McCormack is a proud alumnus of James Madison University, earning both her BS in mathematics and her MEd in Secondary Education down in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Harrisonburg, VA. With 15 years of teaching experience in a wide variety of geographical locations, she has been delighted to teach at Brentwood High School (BHS) for the past decade. During her time at BHS, Ms. McCormack has written curriculum for the Math Department, served as an advisor to the National Honor Society, and been a member of the Literacy Team. Currently teaching Common Core Geometry and Introduction to Calculus, Ms. McCormack runs her classroom with a student-centered metacognitive approach, encouraging students to embrace their own individual learning styles. Ms. McCormack believes that Mr. Nelson Mandela was accurate when saying, Education is the most powerful weapon with which you can use to change the world, and Ms. McCormack looks forward to strengthening her arsenal through her work with the NYS Master Teacher Program. Luisa McHugh William Floyd School District Luisa McHugh earned her BS in biology and Masters in Teaching at Stony Brook University, and is currently pursuing her PhD in science education researching the benefits of an integrated STEM curriculum at the middle school level. Ms. McHugh has been teaching Living Environment to 8 th grade students in the William Floyd School District for eight years. She enjoys the energy and enthusiasm for learning that 8 th grade students possess. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Ms. McHugh serves as the Student Council Advisor and is a Collegial Facilitator spearheading ldquoStaff Chatsrdquo on empowering female adolescents. Ms. McHugh has published in School Science and Mathematics Journal, and has presented at several education conferences including the Science Teachers Association of NYS and the Association for Science Teacher Education. In addition to her variety of academic interests, Ms. McHugh loves traveling and bringing her personal experiences back to the classroom to share with her students. Dedicated to mastering her teaching craft she is guided by the principles of Carl Saganrsquos quote: ldquoSomewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.rdquo Ms. McHugh looks forward to learning from her colleagues and increasing her content and pedagogical content knowledge as a NYS Master Teacher. Keith Millman Brentwood Union Free School District Keith Millman earned his BS in biology and a Master of Arts in teaching biology from Stony Brook University (SBU). A teacher for ten years, Mr. Millman was adjunct professor at SBU for two years and currently teaches Intermediate Level Science at Brentwood East Middle School. A strong advocate for inquiry-based learning, differentiated instruction, and teaching with multiple modalities he involves his students in collaborative inquiry style project and problem-based instruction with daily kinesthetic and multisensory activities that engage every learner. His professional interests focus on the challenges English Language Learners experience in the science classroom, and he provides ample cross-curricular English Language Arts opportunities using research based strategies. Mr. Millman serves as a National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Master Teacher Fellow at SBU, and is a member of Science Teachers Association of NYS, National Science Teachers Association, the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, and the Golden Key International Honor Society. Mr. Millman believes that STEM teachers are blessed with the most exciting forever-changing curriculum and countless opportunities to engage young minds in the mysteries of the world around them. For him, the most rewarding component of teaching STEM is inspiring young minds to pursue a career in the sciences. Kimberly Milton Southampton School District Kimberly Milton earned her BS in biologyshy from Union College, Master of Arts in Teaching from Stony Brook University, and National Board Certification in Science. In her 17 years of teaching, Mrs. Milton has taught Regents Biology, chemistry, Earth Science, International Baccalaureate (IB) Biology, Advance Placement Biology, Marine Science, and Forensics. In addition to her classroom responsibilities, Mrs. Milton has served as the IB Theory of Knowledge and Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) Coordinator. Mrs. Milton is an active member of her department and school community she designs and coordinates the Community Science Nights at her school, making science fun and accessible to the community. As a Peer Mentor, she has worked with many first year teachers and veteran teachers acclimating to the school setting. Mrs. Milton also leads the National Board Cohort through the Peconic Teacher Center. Galileo Galilei is believed to have said, ldquoYou cannot teach a man anything you can only help him find it within himself.rdquo As so, she continually searches for innovative and engaging ways to lead students to learning. As a NYS Master Teacher, Mrs. Milton is looking forward to participating in upcoming mini-courses and working with Master Teachers in her region and across the state in meaningful professional development. Jessica Mintz Bay Shore Union Free School District Jessica Mintz earned her BS in biology and Master of the Arts in Teaching from Stony Brook University. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Science Education at Stony Brook University focusing her research on the ldquoPatterns and Perceptions in Science Teacher Evaluations with the Annual Professional Performance Review in Suffolk Countyrdquo. Mrs. Mintz was awarded the Howard Hughes Doctoral Student Fellowship and the Robert Noyce Fellowship for graduate work. In the classroom eight years, she has taught 7 th grade Life Science, Regents Living Environment and is currently a Regents Chemistry teacher at Bay Shore High School. Mrs. Mintz coached the middle school girlrsquos lacrosse team, is a certified NYS Emergency Medical Technician for the last 13 years, and is an avid New York Rangerrsquos Fan. As a NYS Master Teacher, she is a member of the Long Island Association for Chemistry Teacher Support (LIACTS), a group formed by the LI chemistry Master Teachers in response to the need for a local discipline-specific professional community, which meets monthly to facilitate the collaboration of chemistry teachers across Long Island. She looks forward to working with her peer Master Teachers in LI and across the state to deepen her content and pedagogical knowledge and to continue as a life-long learner. Edward Moloney Three Village School District - Bio Coming Soon - Natasha Murray Copiague Union Free School District Natasha Murray earned her BA in English and Education from City College of New York, MSEd in Education from Queens College, and PhD in Mathematics Education from the University of Pennsylvania. In the classroom for more than ten years, she has taught elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels, and currently teaches 8 th grade Accelerated Algebra in the Copiague School District. Dr. Murrayrsquos dedication to the field of mathematics education through research and practice are evidenced in her presentations at national conferences including the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the American Educational Research Association. Her professional interests include differentiated instruction in mathematics classrooms, instructional technology, culturally relevant pedagogy, curriculum development, and teacher education programs for mathematics teachers. She is a member of Phi Delta Kappa International and Mensa. Dr. Murray also serves on the editorial panel of Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School . a peer-reviewed journal of the NCTM. As a NYS Master Teacher, she has participated in several mini-courses including Measuring Global Climate Change, and is a member of the Homework and the Tape Diagrams Professional Learning Teams. Dawn Nachtigall Three Village School District Dawn Nachtigall earned her BA in Chemistry and Education, and Master of Arts in Teaching from Stony Brook University. She is presently working towards a PhD in Science Education at Stony Brook University. In the classroom for 17 years, Mrs. Nachtigall teaches 7 th grade Life and Physical Science at R.C. Murphy Junior High School in Stony Brook. A strong advocate for differentiated instruction, Mrs. Nachtigall motivates her students by providing them with choices on how to master in-class activities and projects. To share her passion for differentiated instruction, she currently teaches courses on this pedagogical topic to in-service teachers and is a regular speaker for Stony Brook University pre-service teachers. In addition to her teaching duties, Mrs. Nachtigall serves on the junior high schoolrsquos Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) committee, planning anti-bullying events. She also organizes a yearly Science Awareness event showcasing student research projects. Mrs. Nachtigall is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and was recently inducted as a member of the local American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit. Mrs. Nachtigall is inspired by the following words of Claude Leacutevi-Strauss: ldquoThe scientist is not a person who gives the right answers hes one who asks the right questions.rdquo Pamela OBrien Three Village School District Pamela OrsquoBrien earned her BA in mathematics at SUNY Binghamton and MSEd from Dowling College. In the classroom 26 years, Ms. OrsquoBrien teaches Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics, and Calculus Honors at Ward Melville High School. Ms. OrsquoBrienrsquos goal is to create a classroom environment where students are engaged in meaningful activities, discovering new concepts, and able to see how the mathematics they are learning can be applied to their lives. Over the years, Ms. OrsquoBrien has collaborated with colleagues to create math trails where students solve challenging math problems in the community. She is most proud of her role in helping to grow the AP Statistics Program at her high school. Ms. OrsquoBrien would like to see as many students take statistics during their high school careers because of the data driven world we live in where statistical literacy is becoming more important. For the past two years, her statistics students have completed a portfolio project using data collected from a class trip to Lazerland. Ms. OrsquoBrien has been a reader for College Boardrsquos AP Statistics grading which is a week where fellow statistics teachers share their ideas and love of all things mathematical. Within the NYS Master Teacher Program, she is looking forward to the opportunities to keep learning and growing, as well as the chance to collaborate with other Master Teachers to create dynamic curriculum. Stephanie OBrien Commack Union Free School District Stephanie OrsquoBrien earned her BS in Chemistry and Master of Arts in Teaching in Chemistry from Stony Brook University and is pursuing her doctorate in science education. Her professional interests focus on Pre-Service and in-Service teachersrsquo development of Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) in Chemistry. In the classroom seven years, Mrs. OrsquoBrien teaches Regents, Honors, and introductory level chemistry courses at Commack High School. A strong advocate for inquiry based learning, she involves her students in collaborative activities that allow for self-directed exploration of the content. She has embraced the ldquoUnderstanding by Designrdquo teaching philosophy which focuses on the use of essential questions to facilitate student learning and the design of assessments that show true mastery of knowledge. At her school, Mrs. OrsquoBrien serves as the advisor to the Science Honor Society and is the science representative on the Secondary Education Literacy Committee. She is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and Science Teachers Association of NYS. Mrs. OrsquoBrien mentored students in the local National Chemistry Olympiad Competition (sponsored by the American Chemical Society) and served as a judge for the NYS Science and Engineering Fair. Cody Onufrock Long Beach School District Cody Onufrock earned his BA in Environmental Science from Binghamton University and MS in Earth Science Education from Long Island University. In the classroom 14 years, Mr. Onufrock teaches International Baccalaureate Environmental Science and Science Research at Long Beach High School. Engaging students in a hands-on study of real world issues is at the core of his teaching practice, and Mr. Onufrock enjoys motivating to learn by helping them see connections between the STEM topics from their class and their lives. For example, his classes examine and implement ways to reduce the environmental impact of students and the school on the local environment. His professional interests include the structure and functioning of ecosystems, and the interactions of humans and natural systems, and his recent projects focus on working with a civic organization to study relevant environmental issues with young residents in the community. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Mr. Onufrock serves as advisor to the ldquoAdventuralists Clubrdquo and coordinator of the high school garden. He is a member of the National Science Teachers Association. Mr. Onufrockrsquos favorite quote is from Albert Einstein, ldquoLook deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.rdquo Martin Palermo William Floyd School District Martin Palermo earned a BS in biology and a Master of Arts in Teaching from SUNY Stony Brook and is currently pursuing a PhD in Science Education at Curtin Universityrsquos Center for Science and Mathematics Education. Mr. Palermo has previously worked as an adjunct instructor at Stony Brook University teaching neurobiology laboratory focusing on physiology and neuromuscular function. In the classroom for eight years, Mr. Palermo currently teaches Regents and Honors level Chemistry at William Floyd High School. A strong advocate for flipped learning and peer instruction, he incorporates multiple technologies to engage students and assess understanding. In 2013 he was awarded Suffolk ASSETrsquos Bright Light Award for Technology Integration in the classroom. Mr. Palermo is on the STEM advisory Committee at his school, which developed the first STEM academy at William Floyd High School and is a mentor for new teachers in his district. He looks forward to collaborating with NYS Master Teachers from all STEM disciplines to develop interdisciplinary lessons for k-12 teachers. Grace Parisi Long Beach School District - Bio Coming Soon - Christina Pawlowski Commack Union Free School District Christina Pawlowski earned her BA in Mathematics and Secondary Education and a MS in Mathematics from Hofstra University. In the classroom for eight years, she teaches International Baccalaureate (IB) Mathematics Standard Level and IB Mathematics Higher LevelAdvanced Placement Calculus BC at Commack High School. A strong advocate for teaching through modeling and ldquothink aloudrdquo questioning, Ms. Pawlowski integrates technology, group work and various problem solving strategies to engage her students in a variety of hands-on, inquiry-based lessons. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Ms. Pawlowski is a member of the Secondary Level Literacy Committee and the ldquoUnderstanding by Designrdquo Instructional Committee at Commack High School.She is a member of the Suffolk County Math Teachers Association and recently presented workshops at the Long Island Language Arts Council Spring Conference and at the Annual Middle Level Conference sponsored by the NYS Middle School Association. Ms. Pawlowski was nominated for Teacher of the Year for her contributions to Commack High School. Jordan Pekor Plainview-Old Bethpage School District - Bio Coming Soon - Elizabeth Philp Smithtown School District Elizabeth Philp earned her BA in Mathematics from SUNY Geneseo and MS in Mathematics Education from Binghamton University. In the classroom nine years, Mrs. Philp teaches Algebra, Geometry, Functions and Statistics, and Computer Science in Smithtown High School East. An advocate for student-centered learning, she has incorporated group discussions, technology, experiments and alternative assessments into her teaching practice. At Binghamton University, Mrs. Philp was a graduate assistant for the Teacher Leadership Quality Project and led workshops for teachers learning how to incorporate interactive geometry software into the classroom. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she has served as class advisor, prom chaperone, and has participated in various school events such as Homecoming and community service projects. A passionate and knowledgeable supporter of the Common Core Learning Standards, Mrs. Philp has been part of the team to implement the Algebra and Geometry modules into her schoolrsquos curriculum, and has facilitated presentations at Smithtown School Districtrsquos ldquoParent Universityrdquo and local Board of Education meetings. She is a member of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Within the NYS Master Teacher Program, Mrs. Philp participates in a Professional Learning Team that will present at the Long Island Mathematics Conference. Derek Pope Commack Union Free School District Derek Pope earned his BS in Mathematics from Seton Hall University and Master of Arts in Teaching in Mathematics from Stony Brook University and was awarded National Board Certification in Math. In the classroom 10 years, Mr. Pope teaches Integrated Algebra and International Baccalaureate Precalculus at Commack High School. A strong advocate for inquiry-based learning, Mr. Pope involves his students in engaging activities and thought-provoking discussions. His professional interests include effective questioning techniques, technology integration to promote discovery learning, and ldquoLesson Study,rdquo a professional development practice championed by Japanese educators. Within the NYS Master Teacher Program, Mr. Pope participated in the Climate Change Mini-Course and is a member of three Professional Learning Teams (PLT): Mathematical Radian Measure PLT, Homework Policies PLT and the PLT Facilitator Training. Mr. Pope is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Suffolk County Math Teachers Association, and is a Senior Fellow of the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation. He was awarded the Joseph B. Whitehead Educator of Distinction Award, an award presented annually to 250 educators nationally, in conjunction with the Coca-Cola Scholars Program in recognition for work done to support students in the pursuit of their goals for higher education. Steven Roach Bayport-Blue Point Union Free School District Steven Roach earned his BA in Biological Sciences from the University at Buffalo and MSEd in Biology Education 7-12 at Buffalo State College. For his masterrsquos project, he wrote a cell biology lab manual with a focus on inquiry-based exercises. Mr. Roach has taught science at Bayport-Blue Point High School for 14 years, teaching Living Environment, Marine Biology, and Current Issues in Science. He currently teaches Advanced Placement Biology and Science Research. With an emphasis on discovery learning, his focus is on making science visual and tangible in his classroom. It is his hope that students will view science as a process, rather than information in a textbook. He is inspired by the words from American Physicist, Frederick Seitz: ldquoA good scientist is a person in whom the childhood quality of perennial curiosity lingers on.rdquo In addition to teaching, Mr. Roach is co-advisor for the Interact Service Club, co-advisor for Science Olympiad and is a mentor for first-year teachers. As a NYS Master Teacher he has enjoyed the opportunity to work with other Master Teachers in the Inquiry Professional Learning Team (PLT) and the High School Research PLT, and looks forward to the ldquoEvolution and Healthrdquo mini-course. Danielle Rodrigues South Huntington Union Free School District - Bio Coming Soon - Jaime Rogers South Huntington Union Free School District Jaime F. Rogers Jr. earned his BS in Respiratory Care and post-graduate certificate in School BuildingDistrict Administration from Stony Brook University, and MS in Secondary Education from Dowling College. Mr. Rogers holds certifications in EMT-Critical Care, Registered Respiratory Therapy, Pulmonary Function, Neonatal Respiratory Specialty, and has earned his Professional Association Diving Instructors (PADI) Dive Master. Prior to teaching, he worked as a Respiratory Therapist. In the classroom for over 13 years, Mr. Rogers teaches Honors Physics, Robotics (offered for college credit through SUNY Farmingdale), CPR and First Aid at Walt Whitman High School. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Mr. Rogers started the Amateur Radio and FIRST VEX Robotics Clubs, and has raised over 140,000 for Childhood Cancer Research. In 2014, he was named the South Huntington Union Free School District ldquoTeacher of the Year.rdquo Outside of school, he serves as an Ex-Captain in the Terryville Fire Department, volunteering as a Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician for Critical Care. Mr. Rogers loves the outdoorsmdashrunning obstacle races, and riding his motorcycle. Yet his greatest achievement is becoming a father of Dorothy and James. Mr. Rogers is looking forward to building camaraderie and sustaining the professional network established by the NYS Master Teacher Program. Anthony Rohm Shoreham-Wading River School District Anthony Rohm graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS in biology and a Masters of Art in Teaching Biology from Stony Brook University. As a certified Let Me Learn Education Specialisttrade, Mr. Rohm integrates a unique set of learning tools into his classroom instruction based on the learning patterns of his students. He is an advocate for hands-on learning that is student-centered and science inquiry-based. Mr. Rohm has been teaching for 12 years, including forensic science, anatomy, and physiology at Shoreham-Wading River High School as well as life science and physical science at Albert G. Prodell Middle School. He was selected for a panel of Expert Cooperating Teachers for Stony Brook Universityrsquos Education Department and has supervised more than ten student teachers. Mr. Rohm is looking forward to working with the Long Island regionrsquos summer 2015 professional development conference Real World Math and Science Professional Development for Master Teachers . Aside from his experience in education, he has presented a seminar entitled Effective Leadership Skills to management professionals at KPMG . Mr. Rohm teaches with the spirit of Steven Coveyrsquos quote in mind:rdquoPeople do not care about how much you know, until they know how much you care.rdquo Marianne Schoepflin Smithtown School District Marianne Schoepflin earned her MS in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic University and MA in Mathematics Teaching from Stony Brook University. In the classroom nine years, Mrs. Schoepflin teaches algebra, Intermediate Algebra II, Introduction to Calculus and is involved in educating the community about the Common Core Learning Standards at Smithtown High School East. Her favorite part about teaching STEM is using real world examples in the classroom, such as helping her students see the Fibonacci sequence in pinecones, flowers and shells. Her current projects include coordinating an annual district-wide Math Fun Night where students from grades 4 ndash 12 discover and celebrate mathematics. Mrs. Schoepflin was honored with the Smithtown Teacherrsquos Association Torch Award for her contributions to the professional development of her colleagues. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Mrs. Schoepflin is the advisor for the Smithtown High School chapter of the NYS Math Honor Society and a member of the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics. Within the NYS Master Teacher Program, she attended a mini course of on fractals, and following a training session for Professional Learning Teams, she joined twomdashone for Calculus and one for Inquiry Based Learning. Peter Schuchman Three Village School District Peter Schuchman earned his BS in Geological Sciences at the University of Oregon, MS in Hydrogeology, and an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership from Stony Brook University. Prior to teaching, Mr. Schuchman worked as a Hydrologic and Biologic Technician with the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service in the national forests of Oregon and as a land surveyor in NYS. In the classroom now for 14 years, Mr. Schuchman teaches Regents Earth Science and Earth SMART, an advanced Earth Science Research course that he developed 10 years ago. Mr. Schuchman has also been involved with his schoolrsquos award winning Science Olympiad team, served as an advisor for Earth Science club, helped organize the schools Science Fair (Science Awareness Day), and developed a fishing club. An avid fisherman and kayaker, Mr. Schuchman enjoys warmer days at the beach or on the water. Also employed as an educational consultant by the NYS Educational Department, Mr. Schuchman has written, edited, and offered a ldquofinal eyesrdquo review of NYS Regents examinations in the Physical SettingEarth Science. As a NYS Master Teacher, Mr. Schuchman looks forward to participating in the Chemistry and Physics in Earth Science mini-course, and becoming part of this statewide professional learning community. Michael Shanzer Bay Shore Union Free School District Michael L. Shanzer earned his BA in Communications from SUNY Oswego, BS in Physical Therapy from SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, MSEd in Secondary Education from Dowling College, and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Utica College. In the classroom 11 years, Dr. Shanzer teaches Regents and Honors Chemistry, Regents Living Environment, Anatomy and Physiology, and English as a Second Language Earth Science at Bay Shore High School. Dr. Shanzerrsquos vision is to help students realize their dreams early in life through the practice of introspective and critical thinking. Within the Master Teacher Program, Dr. Shanzer is active in two Professional Learning Teams (PLT): Creating Flipped Lessons PLT and Practical Strategies for Flipping Studentsrsquo Learning PLT. He is also co-founder and co-facilitator of the Long Island Association for Chemistry Teacher Supports, a group composed of chemistry Master Teachers who meet monthly. He is a certified Advanced Reiki practitioner and a licensed practicing physical therapist, providing physical therapy services for 19 years. In his spare time, he enjoys running, exercising and silversmithing. Thomas Shea Commack Union Free School District - Bio Coming Soon - Nora Sheppard Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Nora Sheppard earned her BS in Biology Education from SUNY Oneonta and MA in Biology from CUNY City College. In the classroom for 20 years, Mrs. Sheppard teaches science at Merrick Avenue Middle School. She was the coordinator of the Junior High School Natural Science Program at the American Museum of Natural History, and taught science in New York City and in Tanzania, Africa before her work at Merrick Avenue. Mrs. Sheppard is a strong proponent of problem-based learning where students are engaged in solving problems in a practical real world context. Accordingly, her teaching aims to engage students in the creative process of understanding the natural world. With the NYS Master Teacher Program, she has participated in the Safety of Genetically Engineered Food mini-course and is a member of the Middle School Science Professional Learning Team. Mrs. Sheppard is active in various professional communities and regularly teaches workshops in the Real World Science Program for Elementary teachers at Stony Brook University. Michael Silvering Islip School District Michael Silvering earned his BS in geology at Binghamton University where he researched sedimentology and groundwater remediation, and MS in Earth Science Education at Stony Brook University with studies focused on Long Island glacial features. In the classroom for nine years, Mr. Silvering teaches 8 th grade Honors Earth Science, 8 th grade General Science, and 7 th Grade General Science at Islip Middle School. His fascination in Earth Science was sparked as a child while visiting caves, exploring beaches and state parks, and fossil hunting in upstate NY. Mr. Silvering shares his passion for science with his students, encouraging them to relate each lesson to real-world applications. He has served as mentor to the Islip Middle School Science Olympiad team, which has earned its way into the state competition in recent years. An active member of the Science Teachers Association of NYS, Mr. Silvering collaborates regularly with other science teachers to develop curriculum and activities that promote inquiry and enthusiasm among students. As a NYS Master Teacher, Mr. Silvering looks forward to engaging in professional development to learn new ideas and techniques for teaching science, and sharing those ideas with other dedicated educators from across the state. Richard Slesinski Syosset School District Richard Slesinski earned his MS in Physics Education from SUNY New Paltz. In the classroom 26 years, Mr. Slesinski teaches Advanced Placement Physics at Syosset High School. His primary focus is to foster a classroom environment conducive to learning and promoting excellent collaboration between students, parents, and himself. He enjoys engaging his students by creating cooperative learning opportunities which provide them with ownership in the lessons. Mr. Slesinski continues to expand his knowledge through his participation with ldquoQuarknet,rdquo a national program sponsored by the National Science Foundation promoting collaboration between PhD physicists and high school physics teachers and students. Mr. Slesinski combined his passion for playing the accordion and his love of physics by working as a full time research assistant at Bard College for four summers focusing on the physics of musical instruments. He is an active member of the Science Teachers Association of NYS and the American Association of Physics Teachers. Michael Stano Garden City School District Michael Stano earned his MS in Earth Science Education from Long Island University, BS in Biology from Stony Brook and is completing his Master of Professional Studies in Environmental Management from Stony Brook. In the classroom 10 years, he teaches Advanced Placement Environmental Science and Regents Earth Science at Garden City High School. Mr. Stano believes that technology can be a wonderful tool to reach students and lead them toward success and he strives to bring science into his studentsrsquo lives by showing them real world scenarios through his lesson. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he helped create Garden City Middle Schoolrsquos First Lego League Robotics Teams and had advised the high schoolrsquos stage crew. Mr. Stano implemented a ldquoflippedrdquo classroom model for his Regents Earth Science curriculum, and presented to his colleagues about his experience at the National Council for Exceptional Children Conference in Philadelphia and at the first annual Long Island Connected Educators Conference. With the NYS Master Teacher Program, Mr. Stano has led a workshop on inquiry based labs. Jon Steigerwald Deer Park Union Free School District Jon Steigerwald earned his BA in biology and MA in secondary education from Dowling College, and an Advanced Certificate in school administration from Hofstra University. In the classroom for ten years, Mr. Steigerwald teaches eighth grade general science at Robert Frost Middle School in Deer Park. He is a strong advocate for hands-on science, technology-infused activities, inquiry-based learning, and making science relevant to the students. He involves his students in science fair projects with topics of their choosing and human disease research projects. His professional interests focus on the use of data to drive instruction, cross curriculum projects and his current projects include building a class website, and the development of a modified flipped classroom. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Mr. Steigerwald serves as the ScienceEnvironmental Club advisor, a model classroom teacher, and is an active member of Science Teachers Association of NYS and the National Science Teachers Association. With the NYS Master Teacher Program, Mr. Steigerwald has participated in the Geo-Science of Hydraulic Fracturing and the 3-D Printing mini-courses. Mr. Steigerwald is inspired by the words of Albert Einstein, ldquoImagination is more important than knowledge.rdquo Carisa Steinberg Syosset School District - Bio Coming Soon - Jeanne Suttie Commack Union Free School District Jeanne Suttie earned her BS in Environmental and Forest Biology with a minor in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology and Management from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, MS in Educational Technology from C.W. Post, and Master of Arts in Teaching in Earth Science from SUNY Stony Brook. Prior to teaching she was an Environmental Interpreter for New York State Parks ndash Long Island Region. In the classroom for 15 years, Ms. Suttie currently teaches Regents Living Environment, and a STEM elective class at Commack Middle School. She has created interdisciplinary projects each year to engage students school-wide in environmental conservation issues. She is currently one of the advisors for the S.T.R.E.A.M. club (formerly Science Research), and as a member of the District Literacy Committee, is a leader in literacy professional development for the department and the building. As Dr. Jane Goodall said, ldquoEvery individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference.rdquo As a NYS Master Teacher, she is looking forward to continuing her growth as a teacher by collaborating with other Master Teachers and participating in professional development opportunities in order to bring best practices to her students. Robyn Tornabene Long Beach School District Alexis Vandergoot Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Alexis Vandergoot earned her BS in biology with a minor in chemistry from SUNY Geneseo, and her Master of Arts in Teaching from Stony Brook University. She is a certified teacher in biology, chemistry, and General Science. Mrs. Vandergoot has been working in Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District for six years and has taught at both John F. Kennedy and Mepham High Schools. During this time she has taught Living Environment, chemistry, Marine Biology, Environmental Science, College Anatomy and Physiology, and Forensics. In addition to her classroom responsibilities, she is the advisor of the Protein Folding Challenge Team that has been competing at Stony Brook University since 2009, was the Varsity Girls Lacrosse Assistant Coach from 2010-2013, and is science club advisor, looking forward to taking her team to the NYS Science Olympiad competition this year at Le Moyne University of Syracuse. Mrs. Vandergoot is an active member of various professional organizations including Chem Union, Science Teachers Association of NYS, National Science Teachers Association, and the Bellmore JFK Parent Teacher Association. As a NYS Master Teacher, she is looking forward to collaborating with fellow Master Teachers to deepen her content and pedagogical knowledge, and to discuss best practices for helping students become passionate about the sciences. Bobby Varughese Commack Union Free School District Bobby Varughese earned his BS in Mathematics from Stony Brook University and his MS in Secondary Education in Mathematics from Dowling College. Mr. Varughese is a life-long Commack resident and alumnus of Commack High School. He currently teaches International Baccalaureate Standard Level (Methods), College Calculus, and Intermediate Algebra at Commack High School, and has been an early adopter of collaborative learning software for his classes. An avid and competitive pool-billiard player, he competes at the local and national levels. Mr. Varughese is excited to be part of the NYS Master Teacher Program and feels that being part of a group of teachers that will spend the extra time to discuss the art and science of teaching and instructional methods to help colleagues will only help him become a better teacher. Since joining the Long Island region, Mr. Varughese has participated in mini-courses on geometry and statistics, and plans on working with a pre-service teacher next year. Charles Vessalico Malverne School District Charles Vessalico earned his BS in Biochemistry, Master of Arts in Teaching in Biology from Stony Brook University, and is a Robert Noyce Master Teacher fellow at Stony Brook University. In the classroom for nine years, Mr. Vessalico teaches Advanced Placement Biology, Science Research, and Engineering Applications at Malverne High School. A strong advocate for project-based learning and a technology-infused curriculum, he involves his students in hands-on research projects focused on solutions to real world problems. His current work includes developing engineering courses in robotics and a biotechnology-based research program. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he serves as the F.I.R.S.T. robotics coach for the Malverne High School Team 884, is the lead instructor for the Biotechnology Summer Camp at Stony Brookrsquos Center for Math and Science Education, and is a Malverne Teacher Center Policy Board Member. Within the NYS Master Teacher Program, he has participated in a mini-course on Genetically Modified Foods, and is a member of the High School Research Teachers and Biology Teachers Professional Learning Teams. He is a member of the National Science Teacher Association and Science Teachers Association of NYS, and was honored with the Teacher of the Year Award for his contributions to Malverne High School. Gary Vorwald Three Village School District Gary Vorwald earned his BS in Earth Science and Secondary Education from SUNY Cortland, MS in Geology from the University of Kansas, and School District Administration Certificate from Dowling College. Before teaching, he worked for several years as an exploration petroleum geologist. In the classroom for 29 years, Mr. Vorwald has taught Earth Science, 8 th grade Physical Science, Science Research, and 7 th grade science at Paul J. Gelinas Junior High School since 1998. A hallmark of Mr. Vorwaldrsquos approach in teaching science is providing his students with field experiences at Niagara Falls and astronomy nights. He integrates inquiry activities into his curriculum that utilize investigating features around the school and within the community. One of Mr. Vorwaldrsquos most successful and rewarding experiences is his working as Head Coach of the Science Olympiad, which won the state title multiple times, and participated in the National Tournament over 12 times. Past accolades include being named NYS Earth Science Mentor and Science Teachers Association of NYS: Fellows Committee Chair. In his spare time, he enjoys researching fife and drum music from the Revolutionary War period, and has co-authored a book on the topic. As a NYS Master Teacher, Mr. Vorwald is looking forward to collaborating with other Master Teachers, and learning new techniques to inspire his students. Alicia Walsh Patchogue-Medford School District Alicia Walsh earned her BA in Elementary Education from MidAmerica Nazarene University, MA in Education from Avila College, and MS in Educational Administration from St. Johnrsquos University. In the classroom for 25 years, she teaches 7 th grade science at Oregon Middle School in Medford. A strong advocate of learner-centered, inquiry-based instruction, Mrs. Walsh engages her students in rigorous learning experiences that incorporate research activities. Her professional interests focus on working collaboratively to develop interdisciplinary units of study that include higher-order thinking skills while attending to science standards. Current projects include the organization of a school-wide ldquoWater Dayrdquo fair and designing cross-curricular learning activities for use at the districtrsquos outdoor learning lab, ldquoFish Thicket.rdquo She was a part of Pine Barrens Societys Long Island Groundwater Curriculum initiative, ldquoMiddle School Kids Go to College,rdquo and MiSP (Math Infusion into Science Project), a program that created and implemented 8 th grade STEM units of instruction. With the NYS Master Teacher Program, Mrs. Walsh has participated in the Safety of Genetically Modified Food mini-course and workshops including Professional Learning Team Facilitation and Flipping the Classroom. One of her favorite STEM quotes is by Edwin Powell Hubble: Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe and calls the adventure science. Stephen Wefer Sachem School District - Bio Coming Soon -
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