Before he was “Dr. Dan”, he grew up in NE Ohio always want­ing to look at bugs, but­ter­flies and take care of ani­mals. He wishes he had kept up with piano, but his love for sci­ence kept grow­ing until….

One day in spring of 1998 he said, “I’ll even get up in front of people and speak, if you want me to!” His wife knew that “Dr. Dan doesn’t do crowds, public speaking and computers!” His first event was a group of more than 200 in Montrose, Colorado during fall of that year. Later, in 2005 an acquaintance asked, “Can you teach our son Caleb Biology?” Now that 11 years and nearly 5,000 hours of teaching hours have been invested, Dr. Dan loves watching the science excitement light turn on for kids – and many adults, too!

His approach is to make learning fun, understandable and memorable, which includes lots of doing, stories, illustrations, demonstrations and questions put out there for the learners. Yes, he wants them to think, explore, move, observe, record and KEEP on growing in ALL areas of learning. Many of the learning skills acquired during Dr Dan’s Science Sessions readily carry over into other classes and certainly life!

After eight years of post high school study, Dr. Dan Korow earned a Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence degree in Biol­ogy from The Uni­ver­sity of Akron and com­pleted a Doc­tor­ate in Vet­eri­nary Med­i­cine from The Ohio State Uni­ver­sity in 1990. After prac­tic­ing at a small ani­mal vet­eri­nary clinic in Akron, Ohio, he and his wife Andrea moved to Grand Junc­tion, Col­orado in early 1998.

Dr. Korow has pre­sented a vari­ety of sem­i­nars as a for­mer speaker/trainer with a nation­wide orga­ni­za­tion. He has also spo­ken at the CHEC (Chris­t­ian Home Edu­ca­tors of Col­orado) and UTCH (Utah Chris­t­ian Home School Asso­ci­a­tion) home school con­ven­tions for sev­eral years. Cur­rently, he teaches a full scope of sci­ence classes for home school­ers. He, his wife Andrea and their young son reside in Cedaredge, Colorado.