Lawrence Rzeznik, M.S.; B.S.
Larry received his degrees in Biology and Education from S.U.N.Y. Geneseo. He has been a high school science teacher for since 1999. He was an adjunct biology and chemistry instructor for nursing colleges for one year.
Larry created curriculum for animal behavior, environmental biology, general biology, and forensics science courses. He is currently involved in creating various professional development courses, as well, as participating in graduate courses to stay up to date on current topics.
Course No. MA400i, MA500i
Course No. ED443N, ED543N
Burnout is a multi-faceted issue that threatens all teachers and other school professionals at some point during their careers. This syndrome is usually characterized by a decreased ability to perform the typical duties due to an overwhelming sense of tiredness, frustration, exhaustion, and/or hopelessness.
Course No. ED437P, ED537P
Support kindness, respect for others, an attitude for service and a variety of other positive character traits by learning how to incorporate the literature and themes found in Dr. Seuss books, one of the most beloved of children's authors.
Course No. SC415B, SC515B
Open your students' minds to the amazing world of science all around them. This practical course focuses on using fun activities to teach students about themselves, their environment, and how the two relate.