W.Va. NBCT receives Science Teacher of the Year award

04/25/2012 | WOWK-TV (Charleston, W.Va.)

A National Board Certified Teacher in Putnam County, W.Va., has been named the Science Teacher of the Year by the West Virginia Academy of Science. "I believe students should be actively involved in their own learning," said Barbara Lavon "Tootie" Black. "So I captivate their interests by providing a world of science, such as raising trout, hissing cockroaches, a guinea pig, tarantula, crayfish and greenhouse projects to get them engaged."

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