Local teacher strives to inspire futu...

Local teacher strives to inspire future scientists

There are 4 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Oct 19, 2008, titled Local teacher strives to inspire future scientists. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

The work of one Chico Junior High School science teacher will not only help her students learn, but will also expand others' education, add to her own resources and contribute to the world's body of knowledge.

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#1 Oct 20, 2008
So how much time and money did this little demonstration take away from teaching our future generation the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic?

San Francisco, CA

#2 Oct 22, 2008
I am so glad to see that our children are getting a chance to see that life does occur and has meaning beyond the classroom. As a parent, and the spouse of an English teacher, I see the absolute reuirement to show our next generation that there is more to life on the planet than the three Rs. When the only kids in school were those who had money, or a history of acacemic succcess (and were boys for the most part) we could focus on teaching basic skills only. There is more to life than standardized tests, and private foundation grants that encourage teachers to stay informed and interested in teaching are more than "worth" a few minutes of class time.

Dunnigan, CA

#3 Oct 22, 2008
The 3r's should come first. Before the glorification of teachers. There is a lot of talk about students dropping out who can not read and write.
Chico Teacher

San Francisco, CA

#4 Oct 23, 2008
I have your student for 47 minutes a day, 180 days a year--how long are they at home, with a parent?

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