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Peggy Taylor

6th Grade Science & Writing

Mrs. Taylor loves teaching science to young people! She was born in Northern California into a family of teachers: her father was a science teacher for 35 years, and both her grandparents were teachers in Oregon and California. “Hands-on-Science '' is Mrs. Taylor’s motto. She received her Bachelors of Science at the California State University, Chico in 2009, and she is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and the Utah Science Teachers Association. Belonging to these groups gives her opportunities to collaborate and take science seminars along with other science teachers all over the United States. She was chosen as a Robert Noyce Scholar two years in a row, which allowed her to have experiences working with NASA scientists doing experiments with extreme cyanobacteria organisms in the Mojave Desert. She is very interested in Science Literature and has taken courses at BYU to teach students how to read and write in the science genre. . Her hope is to coordinate Science Education and Literacy in her classes. Mrs. Taylor is married and has six children and twenty-two grandchildren so far. She loves hiking, cycling, kayaking and studying every rock, plant, and bug she can get her hands on. She has volunteered at the Timpanogos Caves as a trail guide and visitor center guide. Currently, she is volunteering with the University of Utah Water Watchers Group. This group visits lakes and streams, tests water health and documents the environments around the water for the state of Utah. 

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Peggy Taylor

6th Grade Science & Writing

Mrs. Taylor loves teaching science to young people! She was born in Northern California into a family of teachers: her father was a science teacher for 35 years, and both her grandparents were teachers in Oregon and California. “Hands-on-Science '' is Mrs. Taylor’s motto. She received her Bachelors of Science at the California State University, Chico in 2009, and she is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and the Utah Science Teachers Association. Belonging to these groups gives her opportunities to collaborate and take science seminars along with other science teachers all over the United States. She was chosen as a Robert Noyce Scholar two years in a row, which allowed her to have experiences working with NASA scientists doing experiments with extreme cyanobacteria organisms in the Mojave Desert. She is very interested in Science Literature and has taken courses at BYU to teach students how to read and write in the science genre. . Her hope is to coordinate Science Education and Literacy in her classes. Mrs. Taylor is married and has six children and twenty-two grandchildren so far. She loves hiking, cycling, kayaking and studying every rock, plant, and bug she can get her hands on. She has volunteered at the Timpanogos Caves as a trail guide and visitor center guide. Currently, she is volunteering with the University of Utah Water Watchers Group. This group visits lakes and streams, tests water health and documents the environments around the water for the state of Utah. 

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