Mr. Boston Science Award

Tosha Winter

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   Physics teacher Sean Boston has been selected as a finalist for Idaho’s 2017 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). The Idaho State Department of Education is excited to announce that he will be honored at the Idaho State Science Teachers Association Conference –being held on October 5th and 6th, at Highland High School in Pocatello.  An awards assembly is in the planning stages to honor both math and science PAEMST finalists.  

   Not only did Boston get selected as a finalist for PAEMST, he also was awarded with a Physics Fellowship from Khan Academy.

   “He will help Khan Academy partner with the College Board to extend free instructional tools to students around the world. Specifically, he will be creating interactive quizzes, lecture videos, and online content that students and teachers can use on a daily basis and from topic to topic as they study AP Physics 1,” a representative from Khan Academy said.  

   Because of Boston’s efforts, soon all AP course help will be available on Khan Academy.  

   “They put me on the Khan Academy site! Yikes!…kinda fun though. I can’t wait to bring this knowledge and these skills about these tools back to our kids and teachers!” Boston said.

   To see Sean Boston’s interview click here. 

 

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