Jeremy Peacock

I am a biology teacher, department chair, and STEM coordinator in Monroe, Georgia. I earned my doctorate in science education at the University of Georgia, and I live with my wife and daughter in Athens. I am also an NGSS@NSTA curator, and I serve as president-elect and newsletter editor for the Georgia Science Teachers Asaociation.

Location

GA

Affiliation

Monroe Area High School

Social Media
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@jeremy_peacock

Recent Posts by Jeremy

Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:46 AM in book: Ready, Set, Science
You can download a pdf or read the entire book online here: https://www.nap.edu/catalog/11882/ready-set-science-putting-...rk-in-k-8.

Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:01 PM in Connecting Literacy and Science with NGSS and Common Core
I think David's introduction framed everything so well. My main take away is "do it-write it-read it-see it-repeat-remix." We have to recognize the integral role of literacy in science and not think of literacy as "another thing to do."

Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:01 PM in Connecting Literacy and Science with NGSS and Common Core
I think David's introduction framed everything so well. My main take away is "do it-write it-read it-see it-repeat-remix." We have to recognize the integral role of literacy in science and not think of literacy as "another thing to do."





Recent Public Collections by Jeremy


Using a Technology- Enhanced 5E Learning Cycle to Support Literacy in the Science Classroom - GSTA 2

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Materials from GSTA 2015 Conference Presentation Session Description: Technology can both engage student interest and support scientific thinking. At the same time, the 5E learning cycle provides a research-based approach to inquiry-based science teaching. Engage in a model lesson that shows how you can combine these strategies to move your students' learning forward.



Using a Technology-Enhanced 5E Learning Cycle to Support Literacy in the Science.pdf
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Spearing_Fish_Modified.docx
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