Marci Harvey

Physics, Integrated ScienceHigh School Academic Programs
Marci Harvey

Marci Harvey teaches physics and integrated science in the UNCSA High School Academic Program. She joined the faculty at UNCSA in 2017 after serving Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools for nearly 20 years.

My teaching style is very interactive and collaborative. Students work together to solve problems. We observe, collect data, develop a model and test the model in problem-solving. Students learn how to communicate and share their thinking with evidence and reasoning.

Credentials

  • National Board Certification for Adolescent/Young Adult Science, 2008, renewed in 2018
  • Served as the lead chemistry teacher for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools from 2006-09 and as the lead physics teacher in 2016
  • Presentation at National Science Teachers Association conference with Aaron Willey, biology teacher at UNCSA "It Takes A Village: Partnering With the Community" (April 2019)
  • Presentation at NC Science Teachers Association state conference "Moving Away From Traditional Assessments" (November 2019)
  • Presentation invitation at National Science Teachers Association conference (April 2020, cancelled due to COVID-19)

Career Highlights

  • A 2017-18 NC Teacher Voice Fellow with the Hope Street Group
  • One of 49 teachers from North Carolina selected for the Kenan Fellows Program (2013-14), completing a summer externship at NC A&T University on biofuel research

Awards, Recognitions and Honors

  • Maytrice Walton Professional Development Award, Delta Kappa Gamma, 2016
  • NCAE Kay Trull Distinguished Educator Award, 2015
  • NCSTA District 5 Outstanding Senior High Teaching Award, 2013
  • Grant recipient: Target (2010), PTSA (2012), NCSTA (2013), PTSA (2015)

Organizations

  • Chair, UNCSA Faculty Welfare Committee, 2020-present
  • Delta Kappa Gamma, Beta Nu chapter member, 2015-present
  • North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) member, 1999-present
  • Chair, NCAE NBCT Network, 2015-19

Education

M.S. ChemistryUniversity of South Carolina

B.S. ChemistryCollege of Charleston