Brett Moulding is currently the Director of the Utah Partnership for Effective Science Teaching and Learning. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences Board on Science Education and a member of the National Research Council (NRC) Committee developing the Conceptual Framework for K–12 Science Education.
Mr. Moulding was the State Science Education Specialist and Coordinator of Curriculum from 1993 to 2004 and then Director of the Curriculum and Instruction before retiring in January of 2008. Mr. Moulding taught chemistry for twenty years at Roy High School in the Weber District Science and served as the district Teacher Leader for eight years. Mr. Moulding also served on the Board at the Triangle Coalitional, the NAEP 2009 Framework Committee and was the President of the Council of State Science Supervisors from 2003–2006.
Mr. Moulding has received the Governor’s “Teacher Recognition Award,” the “Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching” and the “Award of Excellence” from the Governor’s Science and Technology Commission.
He graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry with minors in Biology, Math and Physics. He has a master’s degree in Education from Weber State University and Administrative Supervisory Certificate from Utah State University.