Brett Merritt

Prototyping alternative futures for science education in the Anthropocene

Science Education

PRESERVICE Science Teachers

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Main Campus | East Lansing, MI, USA

Teaching Assistant in the Department of Teacher Education
– Reflection & Inquiry in Teaching Practice II (TE 804)
– Spring 2006

Teaching Assistant in the Department of Teacher Education
– Reflection & Inquiry in Teaching Practice I (TE 802)
Fall 2005

Teaching Assistant in the Department of Teacher Education
– Crafting Teaching Practices (TE 402 & 408)
Spring 2005, 2007

Teaching Assistant in the Department of Teacher Education
– Teaching Subject Matter to Diverse Learners (TE 401 & 407)
Fall 2004, 2006

Instructor in the Department of Teacher Education
– Teaching Lab for Science Minors (TE 402 Lab & 408 Lab)
Spring 2003, 2004

Teacher Supervisor in the Department of Teacher Education
2004-07

Field Instructor for the Department of Teacher Education
2005-06

OKEMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Chippewa Middle School | Okemos, MI, USA

Mentor/Cooperating Teacher in the Science Department
1995-98, 2000-04

INSERVICE Science Teachers

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN SWITZERLAND (TASIS)
Montagnola, Switzerland

Mentor Teacher in the Science Department
2011-16

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
East Lansing, MI, USA

Facilitator for the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Institute
College of Natural Science
2008-09

Designer & Facilitator for the PROM/SE Summer Science Workshops
– College of Education, College of Natural Science
– School sites in East Lansing (MI), Cincinnati (OH), Cleveland (OH)
– 2006-07

Coordinator, Facilitator, & Instructor for the Global Education Workshop (GEW)
– Visiting International Professional Program (VIPP)
– 2005-06


Last updated: January 2017

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