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Video: Teachers enjoy science and math training at Virginia Tech's Southwest Center


   

Angie Eller, an eighth-grade teacher at Northwood Middle School, sitting with teammates. Angie Eller, right, of Northwood Middle School, in Rich Valley, Va., takes part in a hands-on exercise that she can take back to her classroom.


ABINGDON, Va., Aug. 2, 2011 – Angie Eller, an eighth-grade teacher at Northwood Middle School in Rich Valley, Va., confers with teammates during an exercise designed to teach kids the differences between the North and South Poles. She is a regular attendee at the three-day summer training conference, now in its fifth year, at the Virginia Tech Southwest Center in Abingdon.

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