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EDUCATION DIRECTOR

Ann Marshall was born and raised in Watonga, OK. She moved to the Detroit, MI metro area from 2000-2013. She recently returned to Yukon, Oklahoma where she now resides. She loves traveling, photography, cooking, and spending time with family and her three dogs.

Academic Credentials

2002-2004-Wayne County Community College-Associates Degree-Taylor, MI

2004-2010-Eastern Michigan University-Bachelor of Science in Education-Major: Earth Science, Minor: Biology-Ypsilanti, MI

2011-2012-Eastern Michigan University-Master of Science in Earth Science Education

Professional Credentials

2015-Present-Education Coordinator, BlueSTEM AgriLearning Center, El Reno, OK

2014-2015-High School Environmental Science Teacher, ASTEC Charter High School, Oklahoma City, OK

2013-2014-7th Grade Life Science Teacher, ASTEC Charter Middle School, Oklahoma City, OK

2012-2013-Adjunct Instructor, Eastern Michigan University, Geography and Geology Department, Ypsilanti, MI

2012-2013, Adjunct Instructor, Washtenaw Community College, Geology Department, Ann Arbor, MI

2010–2013–Research Assistant, NOAA Environmental Literacy Grant, Geography and Geology Department, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI

2011–2012 – Graduate Assistant, Geography and Geology Department, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI

2007-2011-Substitute TeacherWyandotte, Southgate, Allan Park, and Lincoln Park MI

2008-2010-Education Specialist Intern-Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab-Ann Arbor, MI

Publications

Schneider, Laura, Marshall, Ann. (2012) Laboratory Exercises 202: Earth Science for Elementary Teachers. Eastern Michigan University

Sturtevant, Rochelle, Marshall, Ann (2009) NOAA Technical Memorandum GLERL-149: Educator House Call: On-Line Data for Educator’s Needs Assessment-Summary Report. NOAA, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI

Marshall, Ann, LaPorte, Elizabeth, Rutherford, Sandra, Sturtevant, Rochelle (2013) In a Data Dilemma?: A series of data sets and inquiry tools that furthers Great Lakes literacy. The Earth Scientist, Boulder, CO

Presented at Conferences

MARSHALL, A.M., STURTEVANT, R.A. and RUTHERFORD, S.
Making GLERL Data Accessible to Teachers for Classroom Use, IAGLR Conference 2009 Abstract: http://www.iaglr.org/conference/abstracts/pub_abstract_view.php?abstract_id=1231371906

MARSHALL, A.M., STURTEVANT, R.A. and RUTHERFORD, S.
Great Lakes Data in the Classroom, IAGLR Conference 2009, Abstract: http://www.iaglr.org/conference/abstracts/pub_abstract_view.php?abstract_id=1231194004

Marshall, Ann, LaPorte, Elizabeth, Rutherford, Sandra, and Sturtevant, Rochelle, 2010, Teaching with Great Lakes Data, GSA Denver Annual Meeting (31 October –3 November 2010)

Florence, Laura, Marshall, Ann-Explore the Great Lakes: Real Data in Your Classroom, MSTA Conference 2011

Memberships

Oklahoma Science Teacher Association

National Association of Geoscience Teachers

Blue Thumb Water Education Program

 

YOUTH COORDINATOR

Vonda Compton is the Youth Coordinator for BlueSTEM. She is a lifelong resident of Watonga, OK. Prior to joining BlueSTEM she work for the Department of Human Services.  Vonda enjoys the outdoors, including gardening and farming, plus spending time with her family and her pet calf, Flip.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS

Dr. Kristy Ehlers is the Director of School Partnerships for El Reno Public Schools and BlueSTEM AgriLearning Center. Originally from Tuttle, Oklahoma, Kristy comes from a long line of educators. Previously, she has worked for the Oklahoma State Department of Education as director of gifted and talented education, Advanced Placement, Milken Family Foundation National Teacher Awards, Charter Schools, and conference management. Additionally, Kristy has been a school superintendent, assistant superintendent, personnel manager, and curriculum director. She enjoys traveling, music of all genres, reading, theatre, and extended family.