"Teaching is not a job, its a way of life. Im still doing it and loving it one day at a time!"
George Duane graduated from Framingham State College with a B.A. in Biology before continuing to the University of Oklahoma for an MNS in Earth Sciences. Most of his course work and conference activity has centered around marine themes and the ocean. He has presented workshops locally, nationally, and internationally, focusing on beach sand and the ocean.
George spends his summers engaged in educational endeavors on a variety of topics. He has developed and written a few workshops and lessons, including such titles as Beach in a Bag, Whats in a Beach?, Alphabet Science, and Multilingual Science. He enjoys such nature-oriented activities as camping, hiking, and gardening.
After 29 years as a classroom teacher, George has recently assumed the position of K-8 Science Curriculum Resource Specialist in the Framingham Public School System.
Last Modified: October 7, 2004