The Ellensburg Homeschool Cooperative invited future science teachers to provide additional science education to their students. As part of this collaboration, Central Washington University's Science Education Club has sent a few of their members to develop lessons based in the fundamentals of chemistry.
"It is a great experience and it allows us an opportunity to practice our teaching styles and develop our personal philosophies in a controlled environment," said Sarah Carter, a middle level math and science education major at Central.
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Story and photo courtesy of the CWU Science Education Club
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