Va. teacher broadcasts lesson from active volcano

04/22/2012 | Washington Post, The

John Stewart, who teaches eighth-grade English at Gunston Middle School in Arlington, Va., was among seven teachers chosen in a national contest to travel to the seven wonders of the nation. During the recent trip, Stewart set up a camera and taught by satellite with students from Mount Kilauea, Hawaii's most active volcano, where he listened to students read poems on volcanoes.

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