Patrick Daisley is currently serving as treasurer on the board of the American Modeling Teachers Association and is teaching physics and AP physics at Joel E. Ferris High School in Spokane, Washington. Patrick attended the Modeling Leadership Workshops at Davis California during the summers of 1998 and 1999. Since then, he has been involved in several Modeling work groups and workshops at Arizona State University and has led or co-led two workshops. In 2005 Patrick was one of the founding members of the AMTA, and its first President.
Patrick earned a BAEd degree in physics and an MA degree in science education from Eastern Washington University. In 2016 he earned an EdD degree in educational leadership from Washington State University. He has taught a variety of science and math courses during his career including physics, honors physics, AP-1 physics, AP-C physics, physical science and integrated science.
Patrick enjoys spending time with his family, walking, skiing, and playing chess. Future post-teaching interests include research and walking the Camino de Santiago again.