Mr. Piller's Teacher page
I graduated from Western Michigan University in 2008 with a degree in Biological Sciences and spent several years conducting field research in the area of population ecology. I discovered a passion for teaching early in graduate school and changed master’s degree programs when I was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship. I’m excited to begin another year as a part of Team Gobles teaching Chemistry, Biology and 6th Grade Science
Michigan Science Standards
Digital Citizenship Resources
With our ever-increasing digital footprint, it is important to keep in mind that the internet is still just a method of communicating with other people in the world. Though we may not physically interact with others, it is important to maintain our respect and responsibility for others and ourselves as if it were the physical (non-virtual) world. Below are resources for good digital citizenship.
What is an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)?
Tips for Being Respectful on Twitter
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