Dr. Paul Adams, Anschutz Professor of Education and professor of physics at Fort Hays State University; Dr. Zedslav Hrepic, assistant professor of physics; and Lanee Young, instructor of mathematics and computer science, presented a three-hour workshop, "Integrating Mathematics and Physical Science in an Inquiry Approach," at the annual meeting of the School Science and Mathematics Association from Nov. 10-12 in Fort Worth, TX.
Dr. Germaine Taggart, associate professor of teacher education, and Nancy Costigan-Talbott, retired teacher from USD 489, assisted in preparing the workshop.
Adams also attended a week-long Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment trainer certification workshop in Boulder, CO, in September.
He is now certified to train K-12 schools and teachers in using environmental measurements and student investigations as part of their curriculum.
To find out more about the GLOBE program, visit http://www.globe.gov or contact Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at (785) 628-4538.