Bryce Henderson Receives NAGT Earth Science Teacher Leader Award
Congratulations to WFISD Secondary Math/Science Curriculum Specialist, Bryce Henderson, who received an NAGT (National Association of Geoscience Teachers) Earth Science Teacher Leader Award. This award is given to precollege teachers who have made exceptional contributions to the stimulation of interest in the earth sciences and who are outstanding teachers.
Bryce Henderson has spent his career using his passion for teaching to help others discover a love of learning. As a leader at Wichita Falls ISD, he works to empower others to make an impact on the world beyond the classroom. While his focus is on teaching, he also specializes in curriculum development and works closely with the OnRamps program at the University of Texas at Austin to serve over 41,000 Geoscience students in 195 districts across the state.
Bryce is committed to improving the art of teaching and focuses his action research efforts on closing STEM achievement gaps while increasing representation in the field of geoscience.
Bryce received his education at Angelo State University with a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. Additionally, he holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Midwestern State University. He is an educational technology specialist and is a Google for Education certified trainer who frequently presents at local, state, and national conferences. Bryce is currently serving the Wichita Falls ISD as the math/science curriculum specialist in Wichita Falls, TX where he lives with his wife and two children.