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Honoring exemplary math and science teachers

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Math teacher Diane Schnellhammer was recognized in the 2007 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Here, she works with AP Calculus students on building mathematical models. Her students--at the Department of Defense school at Ramstein Air Base in Germany--are shown modeling two versions of the same equation, examining what happens when they change the axis of rotation.

Credit: Diane Schnellhammer


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President Ronald Reagan with teacher and students in computer class

President Reagan recognized the value of exceptional mathematics and science teachers when Congress created the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in 1983. In this 1983 photo, he talks with teachers and students at Providence-St. Mel High School Computer Class in Chicago, Ill.

Credit: Courtesy Ronald Reagan Library


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Judith Martinez is a 7th-12th grade Science teacher at Colegio Catolico Notre Dame High School in Caguas, Puerto Rico. She is also a 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching awardee.

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Matthew Montgomery Owens is a 7th to 12th grade math teacher at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, S.C. He is also a 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching awardee.

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Recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in 2006, Rosemary Nunnally talks about how she keeps her students motivated.

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Recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in 2011, Naomi Volain talks about what inspires her to be a good teacher.

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