Pa. teacher heads to Alaska for oceanic science experience

07/7/2013 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

High-school physics teacher Rosalind Echols, of the Science Leadership Academy in Center City, Pa., likes to use real-life situations to help her students experience science. This week, Echols will embark on 18 days on a ship in Alaska with a crew mapping the ocean floor as part of the Teacher at Sea program sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. "The challenge is how I can ... turn it into an actual experience for students," Echols said.

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