Mr. Pike enjoys riding his bicycle, hiking in the desert, the mountains, and the coastlines. He also enjoys spending time playing music on bass and guitar, reading books, camping with his family, walking the dogs, swimming and surfing and boogie boarding with his kids, cooking, gardening, photography, and researching all about how people learn and teach best.
Mr. Pike can be reached by email @ firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone @ 760.946.5414 ext. 254.
Mr. Bailey’s collegiate experiences include studies in music and computer programming, but mostly sciences. His lifelong passions for studying any animal that lives on land naturally led him in a direction that earned him a BA in Biological Sciences with a minor in Chemistry from CSU Stanislaus in 1985. Experiences as an educator ranges from “Traveling Teacher” for a Natural History Museum in Modesto, CA, to graduate level courses in Herpetology in New Mexico. A 17 year stint in Barstow included healthy doses of all different levels of high school and college biology, and high school chemistry. For 3-½ years, Mr. Bailey served as a Teacher On Assignment for several technology projects through San Bernardino County Schools. Ironically, even though his first love in science is Biology, Mr. Bailey has spent a greater portion of his career teaching Chemistry.
Mr. Bailey has great passion for photography, “wild” and/or beautiful places, and living things, preferably all at the same time. He willingly shares that enthusiasm with anyone who makes the mistake of indicating they are interested in any of these; and sometimes even if they don’t.
Mr. Bailey can be reached by email @ email@example.com or by phone @ 760.946.5414 ext. 279.