Denver school students learn science, math skills from teacher
DENVER (AP) Denver school kids learned science, mathematics skills from a teacher during a study group on learning science and math skills.
The teacher is a scientist at a university and has been teaching science at the Denver School of Mines.
The teacher and a science teacher are working together on a project about climate change, and it has brought a lot of people together to try to learn about climate science and how it is changing our climate.
“It’s really a great opportunity for people to connect, to think about climate, to understand the science and the data and then to use that knowledge to shape our future,” said Rachel Jones, the school’s science teacher.
Jones said she is hoping to see more people from different backgrounds using the project as a way to understand how they are connected to their community and to their local environment.
Students in the group spent an hour learning how to analyze data and understand climate data, and the teacher is also doing research about climate impacts.
The group is looking at the impact of greenhouse gases on the environment and how we can help the environment.