My teaching method is hands-on. I encourage students to discuss the content so that they can remember it easier. I also enjoy playing quiz games (like Kahoot!) to see how much you've learned.
I use Zoom as a teaching platform which allows complete interaction with students.
I have been a high school teacher for 20 years. I have a BS in Biology and a M.Ed in Secondary Education in Teaching Biology. I teach Biology, AP Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Environmental Science. I can help you break down complicated information to ease your studying frustrations.
Science Curriculum Liaison
Biology Teacher (September 1999-Present)
Academic and Honors Level Biology
Advanced Placement Biology
Anatomy and Physiology
CERTIFICATIONS: Biology (Professional) 8-12; ESL 8-12
(concealed information) ONLINE Teacher:
Salem State College
BS Biology; Concentration in Environmental Biology (1998)
MA Secondary Education in Biology (2005)
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Massachusetts Audubon Bird Certification Program (BCP) 2013:
Joppa Flatts, Plum Island
A one year, intensive birding course that covers an in-depth look at the biology, ecology, evolution, anatomy, identification, and conservation of birds.
Teaching and tutoring Biology & AP BIOLOGY, Physics, Chemistry, ELLs, Reading, Writing
Curriculum Writing: Biology, AP Biology, Urban Ecology, Environmental Science, District–wide Benchmarks for Science
Grant Writing and Implementation
NEAS&C Accreditation: Wrote school assessments and organized evidence for the Curriculum team.
NEAS&C Visit: East Boston High School, 2005
Field Trip and Events Organization
Teacher collaboration on grade-level teams
Hewlett Packard Technology Grant (2004)- Received $30,000 in
technology equipment for 5 teachers including: HP Tablet PCs, LCD
Projectors, Printer, Digital Camera
Summer 2004: Rapid Ecological Assessments (REAs) with LHS
students and Groundwork Lawrence along 7 sites of the Spicket River in
January 2005: First Symposium on Biodiversity for Youth in Quintana Roo, Mexico (El Eden Ecological Reserve)- 3 amazing students from the Biodiversity Club presented their work on Rapid Ecological Assessments performed on the Spicket River to other students from across the globe. (Fully funded by local businesses and grants)
Grace Grossman Youth Grant to University of Massachusetts Nantucket Field Station with LHS students: September 2005, 2008, 2009-2015: Students go on a fully funded five-day trip to the Island of Nantucket and learn about the ecology, biodiversity, and the science of a coastal community through hands-on, inquiry-based field studies.
Workshop Presenter: 2007 Mass Audubon Conference: “Connecting Children with Nature”
HLD Community Garden 2009-2012: Partnered with a local farmer in
Chelmsford: Phil Jones of Jones Farm to create an organic
garden on the Lawrence High School Campus using a new up and coming
technique of “High Density Nutrient Crop Production”.
MIT Technology Grant (2010-11): Students used smart phones to
play simulated games on various topics related to biology such as:
genetics, ecology, evolution, cell reproduction and DNA
MIT Biology Teacher Workshop: Teachers across the Greater Boston area participate in this collaborative one-week workshop focused on themes in biology. (2001-Present)
AWARDED: 2010 Massachusetts Audubon Conservation Teacher of the Year
ESL Academy: Spring 2012
Workshop PRESENTER: Massachusetts Environmental Educational Society Conference 2013. In partnership with the Lowell National Park Service, I presented a field trip we coordinated together called “Bridging the Watershed”. This NPS grant-funded program bused students to the Lowell Boathouse where students explored river ecosystems in an outdoor setting and applied standards-based scientific knowledge through exploratory learning.
AWARDED: Sontag Prize in Urban Education (2013-2018)
Rebecca was my Freshman Science teacher is high school. Not only did I learn so much in her class, it was actually really fun. I have taken other Science classes since, both in high school and in college, but the lessons I learned in her class have remained freshest in my mind. I'm actually really grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from her. I highly recommend her!
I am a retired teacher who worked with Rebecca for many years. She is a caring person who treats ALL people with respect. She is a strong supporter of diversity.
I have known Ms. Veilleux for many years as we both worked together at Lawrence high school and shared the same students. Ms. Veilleux is a well respected and well-liked Biology teacher who has earned the respect of both her students and staff. As a Guidance Counselor, I was always touched at the way she worked with ALL students regardless of learning challenges or behaviors and was always willing to work with any student that came her way. Students seem to connect to her and she was truly committed to making sure her students understood her lessons, often modifying them for the various types of learners. She is experienced, compassionate, caring and excited about teaching. I would often find Ms. Veilleux working through her lunch or prepping for labs or telling me about some new ideas she had to help the struggling students in her class. She is truly a wonderful teacher who goes above and beyond to ensure success for all her students!
She is also very sweet, funny and down to earth.
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