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County teacher Bright attends science workshop at FSU

July 21, 2013

FROSTBURG, Md. — Twenty-four science teachers from across Maryland converged on Frostburg State University this summer for the Improving Teaching Quality Through Training Opportunities in Physics and Physical Science workshop. The workshop is a residential program designed to enliven the teaching of physics and physical science at teachers’ home schools.

Attending from Washington County was Paula Bright of North Hagerstown High School.

Middle and high school teachers participate in the program to upgrade their content knowledge, integrate technology into their lessons and develop their teaching strategies and practices. The workshop emphasizes teaching methods and scientific content. The content area this year was electricity.

The workshop was funded through the Maryland Higher Education Commission.

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