Dr. Michele Marquette

Phone: 281.245.4328

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

PhD University of Texas Medical Branch MEd University of Texas at Brownsville BGS University of Louisiana, Lafayette

Dr. Michele Marquette

 

Welcome!

 

I am delighted to be teaching Pathophysiology and Medical Microbiology - two of my all time favorite classes! I am so excited about meeting all of you, no matter what format you will be using!

 

About me: This will be my 5th year teaching at AHS and I have taught another 8 years, down in the Valley. I love AHS and love working with my students. Giving you the skills and knowledge to continue with your health science career is my greatest goal in the classroom.

 

I like to make things (T-shirts, jewelry, paracord projects, etc.) and I hope you like to make things, too! I have 2 fur-babies (Cayenne and Ember) and dedicate time to help rescues and shelters. In between school, caring for dogs and crafting, I like to read - usually SciFi or Fantasy genres. 

 

  • GOOGLE CLASSROOMS


    1st Period (Medical Microbiology)     

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    2nd Period (Pathophysiology)           

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    3rd Period (Medical Microbiology)     

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    4th Period (CONFERENCE)

     

    5th Period (Pathophysiology)             

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  • SUPPLIES


    Pathophysiology:

    Earbuds or earphones for device use (In class) 

    Colored markers and/or Colored pencils (map colors)

    1" binder with lined, loose-leaf paper

    Hand Sanitizer (In class)

    Dry Erase Marker (In class)


     

    Medical Microbiology:

    Earbuds or earphones for device use (In class) 

    Colored markers and/or Colored pencils (map colors)

    1" binder with lined, loose-leaf paper

    Bar or pump soap (In class)**

    Dry Erase Marker (In class)

    **We always wash hands a lot in this class, even under normal conditions!