Teacher Features

John Gensic

Home state: Indiana
Grade(s): 10 and 12
Subject(s): Biology

Infusing Great Lakes topics in curriculum helps students gain an understanding of the local ecosystem, a sense of place, and the role of stewardship.

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Mark Warman

Home state: Ohio
Grade(s): K-College, Professionals

To have the Great Lakes in our backyard is a cool responsibility to enjoy.

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Bob Thomson

Home state: Michigan

Michigan Elementary Science Teacher of the Year, Bob Thomson (Alpena), inspires Great Lakes learning, community connections, and student stewardship.

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Hannah Evans

Home state: Pennsylvania

Hannah is a Biology and Environmental Science Teacher at Fort LeBoeuf High School in Waterford, PA. She inspires both her student and colleagues!

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Pam Evans

Home state: Illinois

Pam is a 6th Grade Math, Science, and Social Studies teacher at Jefferson Elementary School in Charleston, Illinois.

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Michelle Howe

Home state: Wisconsin

Michelle is a 6th Grade Science and 6th-8th Grade Agriscience from Lodi, Wisconsin, a landlocked town in Columbia County.

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David Johnson

Home state: Minnesota

Dave's tireless enthusiasm for science has made him a regular at CGLL-sponsored training and a leader in place-based Great Lakes education.

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Sandy Cunningham

Home state: New York

Sandy Cunningham is a middle school science teacher at Nichols School in Buffalo, NY and an active partner in CGLL programs.

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Steve Park

Home state: Indiana

I shatter any notions they have about science being a static subject where they simply sit and absorb information.

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Lynn Kurth

Home state: Wisconsin

The students I teach are the folks who are going to make important decisions regarding the future care of the Great Lakes.

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