Then: An agricultural communications major with 23 years of practical farm and ranch experience. Julie taught science for Grades 7-12 including anatomy and physiology, biology and dropout recovery. As an instructor in Francis Tuttle Project Lead the Way biomedical science education, Julie can
- Teach “practical biology” to help students understand the principles of biology at work.
- Help students understand the similarity of human and animal biological systems with hands-on projects.
- Find out students’ interests and then expose, immerse, introduce and move them along at an accelerated pace.
Now: Julie is enthusiastically preparing students for the rigors of university study and successful careers in medicine and health care.