Diane Crawford


Diane Crawford  Welcome to Life (Science)

Educational Bio: 
1981 Bachelor of Science in Science Teaching, UNC-Chapel Hill
2010 Masters in Chemical and Life Science, UMD-College Park
2011 National Board Certified
Science Department Chair           
Room 3005, STEM Wing
(704)932-6125 x25305
email:  diane.crawford@kcs.k12.nc.us


1st Block: Honors Anatomy/Physiology
2nd Block: Planning 
3rd Block: Honors Biology (EOC)
4th Block: AP Biology 

1st Block: Honors Anatomy/Physiology
2nd Block: Planning
3rd Block: Honors Biology (EOC)
4th Block: AP Biology 

What's Happening in Room 3005?
Biology classes are beginning with scientific methods and a study of Ecology.  We will also be investigating cell processes such as photosynthesis and cellular respiration, cell transport and biochemistry reactions. Genetics and genetic technology are included and we finish with population changes through evolutionary processes.

Anatomy students are learning about the human body.  We begin with the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, and our special senses. We continue through our study of endocrine, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems.

AP Biology students are working through the details of living organisms: cells, cellular respiration and photosynthesis.

Educational Philosophy:  
Learning is a process of discovery and building.  This includes the heart and mind, information, emotions, and experience.  I love facilitating this process!  If a student knows that I care about them, they will more likely learn the material I present.

Work Experience: 
1981-1984, JR Tucker High School, Henrico Co. VA:  Science Teacher
2001-2004, Kannapolis City Schools :  Teacher Assistant/Administrative Assistant
2004-present, AL Brown High School, Kannapolis NC:  Science Teacher
    Honors Anatomy & Physiology
    Biology, including the AP Academy Honors Biology, AP Biology
2013-present, RCCC:  Adjunct Instructor - Biology Department

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