SES teacher learns stellar skills

Elementary teacher visits UW to learn about spatial bodies to better ignite interest in science

 


A Saratoga Elementary School teacher is among nearly two dozen educators who will return to their classrooms this fall with new skills and ideas to stimulate young peoples interest in science, after spending two weeks this summer working with astronomy and education experts at the University of Wyoming.

Annette Mason-Kelley, who teaches first grade at Saratoga Elementary School, was on the UW campus as part of something called Launching Astronomy: Standards and STEM Integration (LASSI). It’s one of several UW programs aimed at helping K-12 educators improve their instruction in the field...



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