Natasha Neagle, M. Ed., Ed. S.

I have a passion for  learning and doing whatever I can to encourage others to ask questions and gain a deeper understanding about the world in which we live. 

My Backstory

I have taught middle and high school science for over ten years after taking a short break to go back to grad school to study clinical lab science. (I ended up leaving the program and returning to the classroom when I realized my classmates were coming to me so I could teach them the material.) 

I hold a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from ODU, a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix and an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from ODU.

I believe everyone can love science, it all depends on how it’s delivered. I try to meet my students where they are comfortable learning and focus on being a facilitator of learning instead of spoon-feeding them the curriculum. In my classroom, students learn by doing and creating manipulatives. They conduct research and show their understanding of the material by producing an output that best relates to their learning style. 

My Mission

To foster relentless life-long learners who embrace their diversity and think critically by inspiring a passion for knowledge and caring for the whole student.

My Vision

Empowering today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders.

Achievements and Affiliations