Gerald Leo Decelles III
Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a PhD student in Geodidactics at Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo. I come from an educational background and have taught secondary education in the USA and Norway for 17 years. My current research is related to the development of Students as Partners practice, and I am also interested in the teaching and learning of students in higher education. In addition, I have been involved in the Science on Stage Europe network and am nearing the end of a project that prepares a curriculum for European secondary education that is linked to the UN's sustainability goals.
- GEO5000 – Geodidaktikk i praksis, teaching assistant.
2022 - Doctoral Research Fellow, Dept of Geosciences, University of Oslo
2022 - Project member, Sustainability in STEM Education - Science on Stage Europe
2022 Substitute, Firda Vidaregåande Skule
2019 Science on Stage Europe Festival - Award for best joint project - Project on sustainable development.
2017-2019 MSc Environmental Geography, University of Oslo, Norway
2017 Norwegian delegate, Science on Stage Europe Festival
2013-2021 Lektor in natural and environmental science, Skagerak Int. School
2009-2010 MSc-level courses – Realtime Ocean Studies (AMS/SUNY Brockport, USA); Whales, Seals, and Porpoises (College of the Atlantic, USA)
2013 National Science Teachers Association STEM Forum
2012-2013 Science teacher, Wardlaw Hartridge School
2011 TEAM Mentor Training
2010 Service Learning Training
2010 Kagan Cooperative Learning Training
2007-2012 Teacher of science, environmental and marine science at Plainfield High School
2005-2006 Teaching assistant, Clinical Day School
2005 Practical-pedagogical education, full-time, State of Connecticut ARC Program, USA
2000-2004 BSc Environmental Science, ECSU, Connecticut, USA
1996-2004 SSGT USAF CTANG 103rd SFS