Teach Science and Math is a community site dedicated to encouraging and supporting K-12 science and math teachers. It’s a place where teachers come to find ideas, tips, and resources regarding the best practices for teaching and learning.
David R. Wetzel’s interests include teaching science and math, continuing education, adult education, and the integration of educational technology in teaching and learning .
His previous education experiences include:
- Associate Researcher for the National Academy of Sciences and Smithsonian Institution.
- Assistant Professor of Science/Math Education Bloomsburg University, PA and Science Education at University of Nevada – Las Vegas.
- Physical science and math teacher for public schools in Virgina.
His education includes a Ph.D. in Science Education from George Mason University, VA (2000) and a Master’s Degree in Science and Math Education from Old Dominion University, VA (1994).
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Using Twitter in Education – KPFT 90.1 Houston, TX, YouthRadio.us, April 3, 2010.
His writing experiences include:
- Decoded Science – technology, aeronautics, astronomy, physics geology, environmentalism, biology or mathematics, or need an interesting topic for your science fair experiment.
- Science Scope - middle school science journal by National Science Teachers Association – Fan Car Physics, Vol. 23 No. 4, January 2000 & Laser Labs, Vol. 22 No. 3, November/December 1998
- The Science Teacher – high school science journal by National Science Teachers Association – Independent Student Research, Vol. 64 No. 9, December 1997
- A Model for Pedagogical and Curricula Transformation with Technology (Vol. 18 No. 2, Winter 2001-2002) in the Journal of Computing in Teacher Education – research journal by International Society for Technology in Education
- The Columbus Dispatch – Columbus Parenting Magazine – College Guide (September 25, 2008)
- The book How to Weave the Web into K-8 Science (2005) published by National Science Teachers Association
- Chapter 10 Technology Transforms the Game of Science Education (2005) in an edited book The Game of Science Education by Jeffery Weld, published by Allyn Bacon
- The books Energy, Machines, and Motion (2000)- teacher and student editions published by National Academy of Sciences and National Science Resources Center of Smithsonian Institution – contributing writer/developer.
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