A Day With A Reader - “A Day with a Reader” course is designed to assist beginning AP teachers to implement strategies which will enhance AP Biology the students’ classroom and laboratory scientific inquiry skills through AP Big Ideas, Enduring Understanding, Learning Objectives, Science Practice, Examination Design and Building Equity and Access.
What to Bring:
- Paper and Pencils
- Cooking string
- Gallon-sized plastic bags
Dr. Hunt is currently an Associate Professor in the Langston University School of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Prior to this, I was at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D. C. as an Aerospace Education Program (Urban) Specialist. I have had additional experience as the Director of Bachelor’s of Arts in Liberal Education, Oklahoma City Public Schools Community Action Boards, National Science Foundation Reader, U. S. Department of Education Reader, Educational Testing Services (ETS-HBCU), NCATE Standard One (Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions) and Standard Two (Assessment), NCATE/NSTA Board of Examiners, summer academies, and grant writing.
His College Board experience has been the 2010 College Board Co-Chair of Environmental Science steering committee. He also has served as a College Board Reader and Table Leader in Biology for the past seven years. Dr. Hunt holds a Curriculum and Instruction Education doctorate degree with an emphasis in multicultural and urban education from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree from Central State University in natural science and biology respectively. Dr. Hunt has over twenty-five years of teaching experience. Dr. Hunt resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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