Scott Schanz has been teaching biology and chemistry at NETC since 2002. He strives to make difficult topics for his students easy to understand and enjoys having a good debate in class about a controversial topic in biology. Outside of work, he enjoys watching television and movies, surfing the web and traveling to local sites, as well as spending time with family and friends.
Mr. Schanz earned a Bachelor of Science in biology with a minor in anthropology from Dickinson College. He received a Master of Science in biology from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He has taught high school science and served as a biology adjunct instructor at Burlington County College in New Jersey.
Students in Mr. Schanz’s class will learn how to identify specimens using a microscope and gain basic lab skills and knowledge about biology. Students will receive positive reinforcement for participation and performance in class and lab.
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