• Welcome to Cohort 2!


    Below you will find information on your instructors, how to contact them, and cohort news.

     

    Cohort Syllabus!

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B.A. in Biology, University of Texas at Arlington

Ms. Marin Bratsch

Hello and welcome! I'm Marin Bratsch, and this year I'll be teaching Biology and Forensic Science. We will utilize the PBL Process to practice observation, problem-solving skills, data analysis, and communication. I'm so thrilled to help you discover your love of science! It's going to be a wonderful year.

 

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B.A. in English and Child and Family Studies, University of Texas of the Permian Basin M.A. in Instructional Design, pending, University of Houston

Ms. Robyn Skinner

Hello! My name is Robyn Skinner and I will be teaching freshman engineering or IED and one section of English IV. I absolutely love teaching at Energy and I am a true believer in project-based learning.

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B.S. Social Studies Education, University of Oklahoma

Ms. Karly Weller

Hi there! My name is Karly Weller and I am a passionate social studies educator. I am lucky enough to teach 2 of my very favorite subjects at Energy: World Geography and AP Psychology. As we begin our journey into online learning, let’s remember to take deep breaths, accept imperfection, and openly communicate with one another.

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A.A.S. in Filmmaking, Houston Community College B.A. in English & Creative Writing, University of Houston

Ms. Alexandra Zubrick

Greetings and salutations! My name is Alexandra Zubrick and I’ll be your English I teacher this year. I am a semi-native Houstonian (by way of Decatur, AL) with a B.A. in English & Creative Writing from the University of Houston. English Language Arts has been my great love since I was a student, and I can’t wait to dive into the written word with Cohort 2 - especially through the versatile and flexible PBL method. Whether we’re in the classroom or learning remotely, it’s going to be a great year together!