Sandy Cappelli is a first grade teacher at Horgan Elementary School in West Warwick, Rhode Island. She’s been teaching for 27 years. She is a Rhode Island Federation of Teachers NGSS Facilitator, AFT National Thinking Math K-2, and Google Apps Trainer. Sandy is a Lead Teacher in her district and Peer Evaluator. She’s a member of Teaching Channel’s Next Gen Science Squad and AFT Next Generation Science Standards Review Team. Connect with Sandy on Twitter: @scappelli3, or visit her blog: My Chromebook Adventures in First Grade.
Susan Lyons is a middle school science teacher, Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Master Teacher, AIW Local Coach, and National Board Certified teacher at Pella Middle School in Pella, Iowa. Susan has been teaching secondary science and PLTW since 2000, and is a graduate of Central College and Nova Southeastern University. She currently serves as one of the district’s AIW coordinators, is a member of the district leadership team, and the State of Iowa’s Science Leadership Team. Susan is a part of the Tch Next Gen Science Squad. Connect with Susan on Twitter: @mslyons7207.
Kathryn Davis is a science teacher in Hood River, Oregon. She has been teaching science for 14 years. Kathryn is a Stanford University, Washington University in St. Louis, and Teach For America alumni. She is an Oregon Science Project NGSS Learning Facilitator, Amgen Biotechnology Experience teacher, and received the Oregon Science Teacher’s Association “Outstanding Classroom Teaching Award” for High School. She is excited to be a part of Teaching Channel’s Tch Next Gen Science Squad. Connect with Kathryn on Twitter: @biokathryn.
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