Yes, Being Excited About What You Teach Matters, But…
Vicki Davis with Carmelo Piazza
Our guest’s passion for science is contagious. Enthusiasm for your subject impacts students, but what if you are just not that into it?
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October 23, 2015 Every Classroom Matters
Carmelo Piazza, also known as Carmelo the Science Fellow, has been teaching science to children in Brooklyn for close to two decades. He taught at a New York City public school for 16 years, while also running Cosmic Cove, which offers science-based camps, after-school programs, and birthday parties. He is the author of Crazy for Science with Carmelo the Science Fellow, a book of at-home experiments for kids, and the founder and Executive Director of Brooklyn Preschool of Science.
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