Bradley Rhew is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Education at Wake Forest University. He is currently teaching EDU 298: Elementary Science Methods: Inquiry Teaching. He works as the STEM Coach in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and serves on the North Carolina Science Teachers Association as the District 5 Leader and the Grants Committee Chair. He is also a part of the North Carolina Science Leadership Association and serves on the NCSLA Fellows Committee. He works closely with his school district and state science leaders in providing professional development opportunities for teachers to increase hands-on inquiry based learning in the science classroom. He is currently working on his administration degree from Gardner-Webb University.
Gardner-Webb University, 2020-Present, Educational Leadership.
North Carolina State University, 2018-2020, Master’s in STEM Education.
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Bachelor’s in Middle Grades Education Science and Social Studies
National Board Certified Teacher, 2016, Early Adolescence Science Education
EDU 298: Elementary Science Methods: Inquiry Teaching and Learning