Teacher uses hands-on lessons to reach students

11/19/2008 | Clanton Advertiser (Ala.), The

An Alabama high school teacher is using more hands-on methods to teach students about local waterways during a yearlong project that includes checking water temperature and pH levels. Students in Jay LeCroy's class are now volunteer water monitors for Alabama Water Works, and LeCroy said the lessons in the field help students understand the importance of what they are learning in the classroom.

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