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Steve Temple

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Hello Students and Parents,

I have been teaching at San Rafael High School since 2001 when I was hired to be the Director of Technology as part of the Digital High School program.  I have taught computer programming, physics, math, film production, and electronic news gathering.

Before becoming a teacher I worked in industry as a computer programmer and consultant for custom software implementation and training.  I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder after studying Physics and the history and philosophy of science, as well as European Intellectual History.

I recently received my Master's in Science Teaching from the New Mexico Tech, a distinguished engineering and sciences university in the hot but beautiful desert of southern New Mexico.  The school is located near, and runs the VLA - or Very Large Array - a massive radio telescope observatory seen in the movie Contact with Jodie Foster (cool little factoid).

I enjoy traveling, rock climbing and mountaineering, as well as riding by road bike.  I love to tinker with robots and electonics as well as "code".

I look forward to a great year!

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