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Fall Out Boy's lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Patrick Stump is not only a married man but is also a dad.
Stump might be a rockstar to millions of his fan, but he is also quite a family man in real life.
“People tell themselves, “I’ve never been good at (fill in the blank),” Patrick said, reflecting on his distaste for chemistry as a high school and college student.
“I’m living proof that you can become good at something through dedication, inspiration and a willingness to make mistakes. It’s how you react to setbacks that makes you a stronger person.” Helping students strive for greater learning is a passion for Patrick, as it is for other Missouri teachers.
A year later started Josh’s friendship with Twenty One Pilots’ lead singer, Tyler Joseph.
Teaching IB chemistry also helps him help his students see the relevance of science in a broader arena. Another student who began Patrick’s classes lacking confidence in his science knowledge has scored in the high 90 percentile at Rockhurst University.
Students learn why science is important to the world, how different countries might see science in different ways, and how those viewpoints can have ramifications in the U. “I don’t want to be replaced by the Internet,” Patrick said, “but I want students to be able to find answers on their own because someday they’ll have to do it on their own.” Patrick is in his 10 year in the Raymore-Peculiar district. “The other candidates were accomplished, veteran teachers, so to be recognized in my district, let alone the region, let me know that all the long nights, working weekends and summer conferences were worth it.” Patrick said his students were over the moon when he won the awards, but they still like to poke fun. Patrick said he believes we are in a new age of learning.
In 2016, he was named District Teacher of the Year and then Missouri Central Region Teacher of the Year. In the past, students were limited to an instructor’s understanding of a subject and the lessons in their textbooks.
Now, Patrick sees the teacher’s role as more of a facilitator, giving students guidance and the self-assurance to find information for themselves.