Teacher Profile

Dr. Kristin Moon

Biology Teacher

Dr. Moon is the creator of the Kristin Moon Science curriculum and teaches Biology through True North Homeschool Academy.

About Kristin

Dr. Kristin Moon has been married for 25 years and has two sons, aged 17 and 20. She is a
homeschooling veteran who taught her two sons at home from preschool through high school graduation.

Dr. Moon believes that no one truly hates science. When someone says they don’t like science, it’s often because they have a hard time understanding it. Kristin’s goal is to teach science in ways that are fun, memorable, and easy to understand.

When she’s not teaching or sharing resources online to help others to understand and teach science, you can often find Kristin out in the Great Outdoors. A native Floridian now living in Northern Kentucky, she loves fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, and exploring nature. She also enjoys reading and hunting for vintage finds at thrift stores.

Homeschool Experience

Kristin has been a full-time educator for nearly 20 years. Not only did she homeschool her own children, but she has taught hundreds of students in homeschool co-ops, science clubs, and live lab intensives.

Her passion for science is contagious, and it’s her mission to get kids (and adults!) excited about the amazing complexity of Creation.

Nothing makes her happier than hearing remarks from her students such as, “I never knew science could be so much fun!”

Professional Degrees & Experience

Kristin earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and a doctorate in Molecular Genetics from the University of Florida. Before leaving the lab to stay home with her children, she was involved in several research projects. As a doctoral student, she studied viral virulence factors. After earning her Ph.D., Kristin was involved in a project to develop a gene therapy system for macular degeneration.

 

 

I really love Kristin Moon since she’s always clear and really passionate about what she teaches. If it wasn’t for her, I don’t think I’d ever get into Biology. Science has to be one of my favorite subjects now and I can’t thank her enough.

Ashley F.

Student

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