Jason Petula

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Dr. Jason Petula is a professor of STEM Education at the Millersville University of Pennsylvania. He teaches science methods, mathematics methods, and courses in the STEM minor for elementary teacher candidates. Prior to entering higher education, he taught middle and secondary Physical Science, Earth & Space Science, Geology, and Astronomy. Jason earned his B.S. in Secondary Education (Earth & Space Sciences) from the Pennsylvania State University, M.Ed. in School Administration from Temple University, M.S. in Classroom Technology from Wilkes University, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction (Science Education) with a graduate minor in Geosciences from the Pennsylvania State University.

Jason has participated in research expeditions to all seven continents. He also collaborates with educational systems around the world to develop curricula and/or professional development. Jason also serves as the Faculty Coordinator for Internationalization on his campus, helping bring the world to the campus and opportunities for students on campus to get out into the world.

In his free time, Jason suffers from wanderlust and never ending home renovations. Jason is supported by his bride (Secondary English teacher), two very active teenage sons, and a deranged cat that considers it sport to wake everyone up in the middle of the night.