Ellen Moira Willging Martin
(719) 688-3398 (cell)
ellen@boutiquscience.us 

OBJECTIVE:

To teach students online in science to expand their knowledge and understanding so they can advance in their lives

SKILLS:

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Secondary School Science Teacher, Cheyenne County School District RE-5,  August,  2019-May, 2022.

Cheyenne Wells, CO.  Taught grades 7-12 as the  only science teacher.  Course taught: 7th and 8th Grade Middle School Science, Biology, Physical Science, Chemistry, Human Anatomy, and Earth Science.  Created a mini-Science Fair with students during COVID. 

Long-Term Math and Science Substitute Teacher, Granada Unified School District RE-1, October, 2017-May, 2018.

Granada, CO.  Taught high school Algebra I, Physical Science and General Science.  Taught Biology 105 for Lamar Community College while there.

Adjunct Instructor, Lamar Community College, May, 2014-December, 2017. Lamar, CO.  Taught Chemistry 101 and 112, Biology 105, and Science in Society 105.  Was responsible for setting up all labs as well as teaching.

Secondary Science Teacher, Las Animas School District RE-1,  August, 2005-May, 2016.  Las Animas, CO.  Was usually  the only science teacher at the high school.  Taught Physical Science, Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Earth Science, Geology, and Physics.

Secondary Science Teacher,  Pueblo School District 70,  August, 2004-May, 2005.  Pueblo West, CO.  Taught Earth Science and Geology.

Adjunct Chemistry Instructor, Front Range Community College, August, 1999-May, 2001.  Fort Collins, CO. Taught Chemistry 101.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Colorado State University, August, 1985-May, 1993.  Fort Collins, CO.  Taught in both the Chemistry and Journalism Departments.  Taught chemistry labs, chemistry recitation, and technical writing recitation.

EDUCATION:

Educator Licensure Program (grades 5-12).

University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, December, 2003.

Colorado Professional License, Secondary Science,  (valid through 6/2027).

M. S. Technical Communication, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  May, 1998.  Wrote a research-based thesis: A Usability and Suitability Case Study of Adaptive Technology.

PhD Candidate in Analytical Chemistry, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  1985-1989.

Passed all course work and all exams for a PhD degree.  Published research paper.

B.S. Chemistry.  Colorado State University-Pueblo, Pueblo , CO, May, 1985.  Hired to work as research assistant, 1985.  Published research paper.

Certificate in Medical  Technology, Parkview Medical Center, Pueblo, CO, July, 1982.  Registered MT(ASCP).

B.S. Biology, Colorado State University- Pueblo,  Pueblo, CO, May, 1981.  Member of Tri-Beta Biology Honor Society.

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST:

St. Joseph Hospital,  Albuquerque, NM, 1984.  Worked in all areas of the laboratory as the only tech during a 10 p.m. to 10 a.m. shift at a Level II Trauma Center. Supervised a phlebotomist.

New Mexico Medical Reference Labs, Albuquerque, NM, 1983.  Worked as a hematology tech.   Advocated for better quality control.

Northwest Texas Hospital, Amarillo, TX, 1982-1983.  Worked all areas of the laboratory during the  3-11pm shift at a Level I Trauma Center.

My degrees:

I hold two professional certifications:

Other Education:

We All Need Science

I believe anyone can learn science.  Science doesn’t have to be hard or cause anxiety.  Science explains the world around us.  Science tells us how things work, and why they do so.  Science is an explanation for the things we observe.  I think that knowing science makes life more interesting and enjoyable!