The Society for Science’s Advocate Program recognizes teachers who go above and beyond to support students in STEM classrooms. 84 educators have been named for the 2022-2023 school year, including three from Colorado.
John Wiley, a teacher at Challenge School in Cherry Creek School District, has been getting students excited about science for over 20 years. This is his second year being recognized by the Society for Science.
“My goal with science is to teach them how to think like a scientist,” said Wiley. “I focus on designing experiments, conducting experiments, and then constructing explanations about how the world works as a scientist would. Student engagement is always higher.”
In addition to being recognized, Wiley will receive a $3,000 stipend from the Society for Science…
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