High School Homeroom & Science Teacher
Andrew Rabin has recently moved to Asheville from Boston. He has taught high school science since 2001. In previous career incarnations he was a wildlife biologist studying owls in the desert southwest, an assistant director of an environmental education camp for NY city public school kids, and the head chef of a French restaurant in Tucson, Arizona. Andrew attended Earlham College for an undergraduate degree in Biology, Prescott College in Arizona for his teaching licence, and has recently completed a Masters of Ecological Teaching and Learning from Lesley University in Massachusetts. He is a lifelong learner and is passionate about science as a means of understanding the world around us. While teaching in Boston, Andrew created a democratic science classroom as part of an action research project for his Masters degree.
His interests include spending time with his family, bird watching, cycling, playing the banjo, gardening and playing Ultimate Frisbee. He is the proud owner of a pair of fifteen year old Ball Pythons. Andrew has visited and/or lived in 45 different states, but is very happy to call Asheville and Odyssey home.