West Point Teacher Shares STEM Lessons in Germany
West Point STEM teacher goes to Germany on scholarship
Standing in a self-sustaining village in Germany, West Point High School teacher Mohamad Barbarji found himself on the other side of the classroom.
Learning about renewable energy storage and usage, Barbarji said he was intrigued by the complexity of the village and residents’ resourcefulness.
Instead of instructing, Barbarji was learning new things about a different culture and its use of technology.
Out of 600 applicants, Barbarji was one of 14 educators chosen to spend two weeks in three German cities where both American and German educators shared teaching methods with one another.
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