Stephanie Harmon

Stephanie Harmon

Expert Areas: Science (grades 7-12), assessment and grading, developing learning culture, student engagement, growth mindset & success criteria, instructional practices


Professional Career

Stephanie is certified 7-12 Physics and Mathematics with a master’s degree in physics and Rank I in Educational Leadership.  She began teaching in 1996 and currently teaches at Rockcastle County High School in Mount Vernon, KY.  She was a member of the Broad-Based Lead State Committee which reviewed and provided feedback on A Framework for K-12 Science Education and all parts of the Next Generation Science Standards.  Since then, she has been involved with the development of Kentucky’s summative assessment and Through Course Tasks.

Specializing in both live and virtual support, Stephanie has worked with many school districts throughout Kentucky, working with both science teachers and administrators in grades K-12. She focuses on formative/summative assessments, curriculum and instructional practices.  Stephanie is a Concord Consortium Teacher Ambassador and received the 2014 KSTA Outstanding High School Teacher of the Year.


Degrees and Certifications
BS in Physics, University of the Cumberlands
BS in Mathematics, University of the Cumberlands
MA Ed in Physics, Eastern Kentucky University
Rank I in Educational Leadership, Union College


Awards and Associations
Concord Consortium Teacher Ambassador
KSTA President 2019-2020
KSTA Board of Directors 2017- Present
2014 KSTA Outstanding High School Teacher of the Year
Kentucky Science Teacher Association
National Science Teacher Association
Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
National Science Education Leadership Association
National Earth Science Teacher Association