Completing the teaching team are:
Jennifer Collins, who is a secondary life science teacher with experience at both the middle and high school levels. In addition to teaching, she loves to design curriculum, lead workshop sessions, and assist her husband in biological fieldwork. Jennifer has recently received a Masters Degree in Educational Technology.
Sharon Janulaw is the current President of CSTA, Director of the North Bay Science Project, and Science Education Specialist with the Sonoma County Office of Education. Sharon is on leave from the Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District where she has taught science in grades K-5.
Anne Monk has been involved in science education for more than 20 years and has worked as a field researcher and naturalist. She is a founding member of the Mills College teacher-training program:
Leadership In Teaching Elementary Science (LITES) and currently teaches middle school science at the Katherine Delmar Burke School.
Mark Stefanski is a 17-year veteran of high school science classrooms and serves as the High School Director for CSTA. He has received an Access Excellence Fellowship and the NSTA’s Ohaus Award for innovative teaching strategies. Mark is currently teaching at Marin Academy, while also working as an independent education consultant.
Mark Terry has been teaching at the secondary level in both public and independent schools for over thirty years. He is co-founder of the Northwest School in Seattle, acting as Head of School 1983-1990, and then Head of Science Department since 1990. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, and the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.