Mr. Lisowski's Teacher Page
I'm proud to call Gobles my home. I was born and raised here and continue to invest in a community I love. I am a hands-on real-world person and that is what the student's will experience in my science classroom. I thrive to keep my classroom full of energized activities that inspire students to make real-world connections.
My wife Lori and I have five children, two have graduated from Gobles (Cory and Alex), and three are still in school (Brielyn, McKenzie, and Tony). Our house is full of blue and orange and maize and blue!
I graduated from Central Michigan University with a Major in Biology and a Minor in Health Education. I served three years in the Peace Corps teaching science and math in the South Pacific country called Vanuatu. I then received a general science degree from Western Michigan University. After teaching Biology for three years at Hiawathia High School in Kansas I was hired at Gobles in 1998. Since that time I received my Masters in the Art of Teaching through Marygrove College.
I currently teach high school Principles of Bio-medical Sciences, Human Body Systems, Medical Interventions, Biomedical Innovations, and Physics.
State of Michigan High School Science Standards
Project Lead The Way (PLTW)
Bozeman Physics Tutorials www.bozemanscience.com/ap-physics