Jeffrey D. Remington

Jeffrey D. Remington

Adjunct Instructor in Science Education


Phone: 717-867-6597

Office Location: Clyde A. Lynch 151

Jeff Remington, adjunct instructor for Lebanon Valley College’s Master of Science in STEM Education Program, is a highly acclaimed and influential teacher who brings to bear more than 20 years of educating LVC’s graduate students to become the next educational leaders.

Remington teaches science at Palmyra Area Middle School and uses a combination of workforce development and 21st-century skills in his lessons. “I connect the dots of seemingly random aspects of life, learning, and jobs and show how they are applicable to a teacher’s classroom practice,” said Remington.

This teaching effectiveness is enhanced by Remington’s involvement at the state and national level in the field. He serves on numerous boards and committees focused on the future of work and teaching, including the Pennsylvania Labor & Industries Youth Workforce Development Committee and the Steering and Content Committees for the Pennsylvania State Board of Education’s STEM standards revisions. He has served on Penn State College of Medicine’s Biosafety and Recombinant DNA Committee for more than 10 years. He is also actively involved as a National STEM Teacher Ambassador and with STEM Revolution Training, and was a Global Teacher Prize semi-finalist—one of just five in the U.S.

Remington developed his skills and discovered his zeal for learning through coaching and training during his studies at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he earned his B.S. in secondary science education, and at Pennsylvania State University where he received his M.Ed. in adult training and development.