William Golladay

William Golladay

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Honors Biology - Room 5200
Digital Electronics - Room 5122B

william.golladay@gilbertschools.net


Welcome! 

Honors biology is a high school introductory course in biology - the study of life.  Honors students are exposed to a much more rigorous and demanding program than the standard high school biology class. The focus is on the core concepts of modern biology; transfer of energy, inheritance of traits, ecological change, and evolution of populations. We will examine these concepts from the molecular level to the cellular level and from the level of the organism to its ecosystem. 

Digital Electronics (DE) is the third year course in the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) high school engineering curriculum.  This course provides an introduction to electrical and computer engineering for high school students interested in electronics.  Other than concurrent enrollment in college preparatory mathematics and science courses, this course assumes no previous knowledge.

 

About Me

Mr. Golladay holds a Masters Degree in Biology from the University of Arizona and Bachelors degrees in Secondary Education and Digital Electronics Engineering Technology.  He worked as an electronics design engineer for 18 years at several different companies in St. Louis, Missouri.  He has taught Biology and Engineering courses at Desert Ridge High School since 2005.

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