Jeff Crapper is a Biology, Health and Health Sciences CTE teacher at Beaverton Academy of Science and Engineering (BASE) in Beaverton, Oregon. He has been teaching for 19 years, nine of which include teaching PLTW courses. He has a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, and Health Education with a Minor in Psychology from Linfield College and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Oregon State University. Jeff is also a Licensed Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Personal Trainer (C-PT), and a National Board Certified Teacher (Early Adolescent- Science). He developed the Biomedical Science Pathway at Beaverton Academy of Science and Engineering (BASE) and was recognized as the 2019 ACTE National Health Science Teacher of the Year and as the 2017 OSTA Oregon High School Science Teacher of the Year. Jeff leads OEA professional learning on technology, National Board Certification, and trauma-informed pedagogy.