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Steven Ruthford

Science Teacher and Department Head

Sehome High School

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Sehome High School

2700 Bill McDonald Parkway

Bellingham, Washington,98225

United States

Company Description

Information about Sehome High School plays, Thespians, and drama classes....more

Background Information

Employment History

Elementary Prinicpal

Bellingham Public Schools


District XVII Director

National Science Teachers Association


Affiliations

Larrabee Elementary School

Board Member


Shuksan Middle School

Board Member


Parkview

Board Member


Einstein Fellow 2012-13

Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow


National Science Foundation

Albert Einstein Fellow


Education

Bachelor of Science

Biology and Secondary Education

Western Washington University


Master of Education

Harvard University


Robert Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship

National Science Foundation


Web References(13 Total References)


NSTA's Board and Council

science.nsta.org [cached]

Steven Ruthford (13-16)
Director, District XVII Schome High School


Award Recipients - WSASCD

wsascd.org [cached]

Steven Ruthford
Science Teacher and Department Head, Sehome High School


Minutes102705 | Bellingham Public Schools

bellinghamschools.org [cached]

Dale Kinsley recognized Steve Rutherford, Sehome High School science teacher and department head.
Rutherford has been honored by the Washington State Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development as Outstanding Young Educator in Washington . The recognition carries a monetary award.


WSASCD - Past State Award Winners

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Steven Ruthford
Science Teacher and Department Head, Sehome High School


www.youngedprofessionals.org

Steven Ruthford taught Biology and Advanced Placement Environmental Science at Sehome High School in Bellingham, Washington.
In his 13 years at Sehome, he also taught Physics, Chemistry, and Astronomy and served as Department Head and Instructional Coach. Prior to working at Sehome, Ruthford spent a year as science teacher at Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. Ruthford created the first Advanced Placement Environmental Science Program in his county that is now taught at all high schools in the Bellingham School District. He also coached swimming, Science Olympiad, debate, Envirothon, and Earth Service Corps. Ruthford earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Secondary Education from Western Washington University and a Master of Education from Harvard University. Along with his state teaching certification, Ruthford also holds a National Board Teaching Certificate in Biology. In 2001, he was selected to participate in the Gates Foundation's Teacher Leadership Project integrating technology into his curriculum. From 2003- 2008, he served as a district Teacher Leader in the North Cascades Olympic Science Partnership, a National Science Foundation Math and Science Partnership funded program, directed by Western Washington University's Science Mathematics and Technology Education department. Ruthford was awarded the Outstanding Young Educator Award by the Washington State Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development in 2005, and in 2008 he received a Robert Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. During his Noyce fellowship, Ruthford helped author and publish Biology and Geology curriculum for university pre-service teachers that is now used by universities and colleges around the United States. He has also served as Adjunct Teaching Faculty at Western Washington University. Ruthford is serving his fellowship at the National Science Foundation, Directorate for Education and Human Resources, Division of Undergraduate Education, Math and Science Partnership Program/Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.


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