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Judy Jones

A few of Judy Jone's studentsI started teaching high school in 1966 and taught for four years, one year in Pennsylvania and three years in California. I then spent 14 wonderful years raising my three children. In 1984, I returned to teaching in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Currently, I am teaching Biology 1 and Biology 2 students at East Chapel Hill High School. Biology 2 is a human biology course that I initiated in our district. The curriculum spans human genetics, anatomy and physiology, epidemiology, and the impact of humans on the environment.

In 1998 I earned National Board Certification in Adolescent and Young Adult Science. I also work with a student teacher each year and I mentor new teachers at our school. I serve as chair of the North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards Commission and I am a member of the Committee on Science Education - K-12, part of the National Academy of Sciences. In addition, I work on curriculum for our state department and serve on many local committees. I find that these professional involvements keep me focused on the totality of education and are part of my growth as a teacher.

 

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