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Instructor’s Blog Posts
If you are anything like me, you spend most of your time waiting for summer break. I love the idea of having a more laid back schedule, being able to sleep in a little, and not having to worry about deadlines. The first few weeks are almost always great; everyone is...read more
What Is So Important About the Blobfish? Have you ever taken a look at some of the animals that God has created and wondered “Why?” Well, there definitely are some exceedingly odd-looking animals in the animal kingdom, but when you really learn about them, you can see...read more
As parents of junior high students, we want the best for our kids. We want to prepare them for high school sciences the best that we can, but with so many choices in junior high sciences today, what are the best choices for your student? The most helpful suggestions...read more
As the books and computers are put away and the grades have all been handed out, I am often left with a feeling of worry. What will we do this summer? Will it be a summer filled with TV, computer games, and Xbox? That is the last thing I want; however, sometimes I...read more
“Why in the world would I ever want to teach Junior High science?” At one point in my teaching career, this is what I would have said. However, for the last seven years that is all I have taught… and I love it! Junior High is a tough age for students. They are not...read more
Heather Getson graduated from Western Michigan University with a teaching degree in early childhood education with a minor in Science. For 12 years she taught in public school, teaching grades from Kindergarten to 6th grade. When her children were ready for school, she decided to come home full- time and homeschool her own kids, which she has been doing for the last 10 years. Besides homeschooling she has taught in the education department at Jackson Community College and science classes in the virtual world.
Heather has been married to John Getson for 20 years and has four children. John is 17, Samantha is 15 and Josh and Sophia are 11. They love to travel as a family and spend a lot of time outdoors. She lives on a small farm and has chickens, goats and four dogs.
She loves to teach science, especially physics and biology. It has been a joy to teach online and have the freedom to talk about God and his many creations. She is excited to work with parents and students this year.
SHE’S A FUN TEACHER
FROM A STUDENT
THANK YOU FOR BEING AN EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATOR!
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YOUR CLASS WOULD BRIGHTEN MY DAY ENTIRELY
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