Kaycee Valcourt

I lived in Japan for three years after graduating college. While living in Japan, I completed a nine month long internship at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. I developed a passion for scuba diving while living overseas. I am now a divemaster who enjoys using my diving experiences in the classroom.

Location

TN

Affiliation

Riverside Christian Academy

Recent Posts by Kaycee

Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:48 PM in Biology novels
The Plague by Albert Camus It is an amazing book but it may be difficult for some readers.

Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:44 PM in STEM for Girls
I have a few girls in my class that I can see have an interest in STEM related careers. I try my best to fuel this interest. I recently offered my girls the chance to participate in a competition next year that is available only for females involved in STEM. They are excited and eager to compete.

Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:13 PM in College and Career Ready
I also think that students should be exposed to STEM career options at an early age, but as they approach college I think it is imperative that you stress the importance of internships within their field. If students choose to pursue a STEM career they need to realize just how competitive the job market is today. I chose to obtain my bachelors in biology. When I graduated I realized jobs in my fie...





Recent Public Collections by Kaycee


College Biology Journals

I want my students to know what college teachers are going to expect from them.



College Biology Journals

11 Resources

I want my students to know what college teachers are going to expect from them.



Building a Better Biology Lab? Testing Tablet PC Technology in a Core Laboratory Course
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Analysis of Students’ Downloading of Online Audio Lecture Recordings in a Large Biology Lecture Course
Type: Journal Article
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Chemistry

18 Resources

It is a collection that I plan on using for my chemistry class.



Case Study: The Chemistry of Cocaine
Type: Journal Article
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Argument-Driven Inquiry in Undergraduate Chemistry Labs: The Impact on Students' Conceptual Understanding, Argument Skills, and Attitudes Toward Science
Type: Journal Article
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