to teaching materials focused on science instruction and allows him to be part of a network of professionals who share teachingtechniques.
you're not doing everything wrong and it keeps you on the ball and up to date and helps you figure out the education system," shesaid.
"Most of our curriculum is online, although students do have to come in for labs and elective classes. But I am the only science teacher here, and it's very isolating," shesaid.
"Most professional development is created to be applicable for any teacher regardless of the grade level or subject that they are teaching. . There are some problems that only science teachers have to deal with such as laboratory safety, keeping up to date with developing scientific knowledge, and collaborating with scientists in the community," he said inanemail.
Misthos attended the association's national conference in San Francisco in March and said she loves what the organizationoffers.
Greenfield, 28, is in his second year of teaching high school science at Vista Real, which tailors programs to each student's needs andinterests.
Many educators are leaving science teaching within their first five years on the job, association statistics show. The academy is designed to provide support to educators in their second and third years ofteaching.
academy was established in 2007 to offer early career professional development opportunities to help stem the flow of science teachers leaving theprofession.
"I felt it was really necessary to get myself educated as to what is out there for science teaching and science labs," shesaid.
"We need to assist educators in developing their skills as teachers so that they can feel confident and passionate about the vital work they do in helping to grow the pipeline of future science professionals," Francis Eberle, the association's executive director, said inastatement.
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Dickinson, 24, got a bachelor's degree in chemistry and teaching credential at UC Santa Barbara and is in her second year teaching eighth grade science at RiodelValle.
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"The fellowship provides structure for me," Dickinsonsaid.
Misthos said the ability to access materials and resources via the association's website and get support from an online community hasbeenhelpful.
Like Misthos, he attended the association's conference last year and found it provided him with teaching ideas andresources.
She got her teaching credential from CSU Northridge and has been the science teacher at Century, an independent study high school in the Conejo Unified School District, fortwoyears.
Greenfield has a bachelor's degree in biological sciences and received his teaching credential in 2010 at Notre Dame de Namur University inBelmont.
The program pairs association fellows with an online mentor with experience in teaching the same specialty. They also have access to online teaching resources including Web based seminars and are invited to the association's conference in Indianapolis inMarch.
Among 39 California teachers picked for the National Science Teachers Association New Science Teacher Academy are Donna Misthos of Century Academy in Thousand Oaks, and from the Oxnard area, Kate Dickinson of Rio del Valle Middle School and Matt Greenfield of Vista Real Charter HighSchool.
Misthos began teaching as a second career after giving up her job as a microbiologist with Anheuser Busch to raise her two children, who are nowincollege.
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