Milton High School science teacher Loyola Pasiewicz conducts a Halloween experiment for her classroom.
A Milton High School science teacher was recently notified that she was selected for a national fellowship program to recognize promising new teachers.
Loyola Pasiewicz was one of only two teachers in Massachusetts named to the fellowship program in the New Science Teacher Academy.
The prestigious fellowship was awarded by the National Science Teachers Association, the largest professional organization in the world promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.
Only 220 teachers in the nation were chosen for this honor. Pasiewicz will participate in a year-long professional development program designed to promote quality science teaching. She has also been invited to the NSTA national conference and is eligible to participate in web seminars, e-mentoring, and specialized conference pathways.
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