Libby Boghossian, curriculum and instructional design specialist and former K–12 science teacher, brings extensive expertise in biology, biotechnology, chemistry, and neuroscience education. Drawing on multimedia, project-based learning, and “flipped classroom” methods, she makes challenging science content relevant, accessible, and engaging for all students.
Boghossian designs science curriculum for Amgen Biotech Experience and is advancing the Insights+C project’s work to expand access to science for elementary school students. Recently, she led curriculum development for Exploring Urban Mobility: Using Data to Solve Problems of the Future and published a related blog post.
Previously, Boghossian spent a decade teaching high school biology, anatomy, and introductory neuroscience, in addition to coaching rowing.
Boghossian holds an EdM from Harvard University and a BS in Human Biology from Brown University.