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Brendan Noon

Aquinas Institute
Rochester, New York Area
I am a high school S.T.E.M. teacher who is passionate about engaging students with educational technology and inquiry based learning activities. I have extensive experience designing interactive web-based learning modules with online assessments and have worked with the nation’s premiere scientific institutions to develop S.T.E.M. based classroom activities. I began teaching science at the Selma City Middle School in Selma, Alabama in 1996. Over the past 15 years I’ve managed to obtain full time teaching positions in a variety of diverse learning environments including rural, inner city, suburban, and private schools. While teaching on the Southside of Chicago, I became involved with and a frequent presenter for numerous professional organizations such as Physics Northwest Chicago(PNW), the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), the Illinois Section of the AAPT, the Chicago Field Ambassadors Program, the National Science Teachers Association(NSTA), the Illinois Science Teachers Association (ISTA), Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), and the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT). After moving to New York in 2008 I continued my involvement with local professional organizations by becoming a contributing member with the Western New York Physics Teachers Alliance, the Physics Alliance of Central New York, the New York Section of the AAPT, and also reestablishing the Rochester Area Physics Teachers Out-Reach (RAPTOR). It is my hope to develop a comprehensive online curriculum at www.ScienceWithMrNoon.com that can be accessed by both students and teachers alike, to learn more about science. This website has even been included in a list of resourceful science websites by the National Science Teachers Association and is listed in the National Science Digital Library. A large collection of educational science videos that I produced can be viewed on my youtube channel, http://www.youtube.com/noonscience/