MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION PHOTO
Cha Caruthers, front second from right, the English instructor for Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC), enjoys a laugh with students before they discuss what went well during lessons they prepared for younger students about watersheds. Students discussed their strong and weak points and how difficult it can be to teach. One student remarked, “I actually enjoy teaching and sharing information with people younger than me.”
MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION PHOTO Cha Caruthers, front second from right, the English instructor for Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC), enjoys a laugh with students before they discuss what went well during lessons they prepared for younger students about watersheds. Students discussed their strong and weak points and how difficult it can be to teach. One student remarked, “I actually enjoy teaching and sharing information with people younger than me.” Merced Sun-Star
MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION PHOTO Cha Caruthers, front second from right, the English instructor for Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC), enjoys a laugh with students before they discuss what went well during lessons they prepared for younger students about watersheds. Students discussed their strong and weak points and how difficult it can be to teach. One student remarked, “I actually enjoy teaching and sharing information with people younger than me.” Merced Sun-Star

Into the wild

August 15, 2009 12:33 AM