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Isaac Stewart, a 2009 KSTF Teaching Fellow, was recently named as a winner of the 2013 Outstanding New Biology Teacher award sponsored by Ken-A-Vision and the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT). This award recognizes outstanding teaching (grades 7-12 only) by a “new” biology/life science instructor within his/her first three years of teaching who has developed an original and outstanding program or technique, and made a contribution to the profession at the start of his/her career. Stewart, a biology teacher at Fisher High School, will receive a recognition plaque at the NABT Professional Development Conference, along with a microscope and a complimentary one year  NABT membership. His win marks the third consecutive year that a KSTF Teaching Fellow has been recognized in this capacity.

Stewart was also chosen to serve as the Head of the Science Department for Fisher Junior/Senior High School, located in Fisher, Ill.

Last, he will present two of his sessions on “Nature in the Classroom” at the 2013 NABT Professional Development Conference, which will be held in  in Atlanta, Ga., in November.