Erika Stafne (Science) is a lifelong learner who has had the opportunity to teach science and do field research all over the world, from sailing the Pacific leading college students in oceanographic research to sleeping in an igloo while studying climate change in the Sub-Arctic. She has swum with whale sharks and the elusive oarfish, collected gravity core samples of the sea floor and snow core samples in the Great White North, and facilitated students in the building of their own workable under water remote controlled submarines. The diverse experiences she has had combined with her commitment to hands-on learning make her classroom an engaging space. She is passionate about inspiring curiosity in her students and helping them learn to question, explore, and problem solve. As a founding member of the science team at WSA, she is committed to helping to develop a science program that teaches students to think critically and speak articulately about science and the world around them. Mostly, she wants her students to fall in love with learning and take that passion with them as they head off to college and into the world. She can be reached at Estafne@westchestersquare.org
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