Amy Green

Director of Teacher Professional Learning

Tenure at CBF: 2015-present

Education:  Ph.D. Science Education, University of Maryland at College Park

Prior Experience:

  • Program Director: University of Maryland College of Education M.Ed. Teacher Leadership Special Studies in STEM program
  • Master Science Teacher Montgomery County Public Schools Science Leadership Program
  • Elementary School Science Teacher Montgomery County Public Schools

Amy began her career in the classroom, teaching elementary school in Montgomery County, Maryland, where she served on the school Leadership Team and as a Master Science Teacher in the MCPS Science Leadership program.  After nine years of public school teaching, she began her doctoral program in COE's Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership.  While earning her Ph.D. in science education, she taught graduate level courses and served as the program director for the M.Ed. Teacher Leadership, Special Studies in STEM program. Amy is passionate about the science of learning and the learning of science and feels privileged to be able to explore the intersections of learning and science in the context of one of our most precious (and jeopardized) natural resources:  the Chesapeake Bay

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