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Science Stories Ep. 1: Have Lobster, Will Travel

March 08, 2012

Science Stories Ep. 1: Have Lobster, Will Travel
Kelly Vaughan isn't your average middle school science teacher. She's willing to go out on a limb to engage her students—even if that means wrangling crustaceans now and then. She recounted her story during the Science & the City-Story Collider "Science Teachers"-themed storytelling night this February. Now, you can hear it live.

You can hear a sister-podcast featuring a second story from the “Science Teachers” event at the Story Collider’s own web site: storycolider.org. This week, catch Ed Gavagan, architect and storyteller, talk about a time when a science teacher touched his life.

This session was taped in from of a live audience at 92YTribeca.