ROSELLE, NJ - Marybell Espin a third grade teacher at Harrison Elementary School was among 65 Science Teachers K-12 from across the country to be chosen to take part in the Science Master Teacher Project representing Roselle through a partnership with the NEA and Betterlesson.
"It is an incredible honor to have the opportunity to contribute my Science lessons to the NEA/BetterLesson Program. Through the inquiry based, student centered lessons I have developed, my students have discovered a love of Science that motivates them and connects Science to their everyday lives,” said Espin.
Science Master Teachers will “create living, breathing bodies of knowledge around effective science teaching.” The program, brings together educators “sharing what works” in their classrooms, by offering accessible free lesson plans based on the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core Standards.
The NEA Science Master Teachers will create more than 6,000 lessons to be shared with and studied by other educators. Mrs. Espin’s innovative lessons are already live on the site.
To see her lessons, and those of her colleagues click here.