Affiliate, Curriculum Development
Jamie taught science for public and private schools in grades 6-college. He has won numerous national awards for science teaching including an NSTA TAPESTRY grant for his Slam Dunk Science Project, NSTA Screen Report award for his Alien Autopsy-A Case for Skeptical Inquiry, and a USWest Connecting Teachers grant for his Nature's Apprentice Project. As a fellow at Tufts University's Wright Center for Innovation in Science Education he was responsible for organizing conferences ranging from Frontiers in Science to Frontiers in Ethnobiology as well as developing an award winning web site: Slam Dunk Science. He has written activities for the PBS series Scientific American Frontiers and NOVA and is currently a Senior Curriculum Developer for a non-profit science and math curriculum development group.