Meet the K-Team!

Kass

Teaching Experience:
32 years
Hobbies:
Gardening, cooking, walking my three dogs, bike riding, traveling and spending time with family and friends
Favorite PUD Lesson:
Make A Light Bulb
Why:
Everyone says “ahhhh” when the trial works!  It is the hardest lesson to teach but the most fun.
What do you enjoy most about being a PUD teacher?
I enjoy going to schools all over the county while meeting curious kids and wonderful teachers. I enjoy the versatility and flexibility of this job, plus it is really fun!


Karl

Teaching Experience:
32 years
Hobbies:
Collecting stamps, farming and being with my granddaughters
Favorite PUD Lesson:
Buzzers and Batteries
Why:
It’s the opening lesson of the electricity series so the students’ understanding and misconceptions become exposed. I find this probing and sharing to be really fun. If I just give the kids a buzzer to start, it is wonderful to listen and watch them investigate.
What do you enjoy most about being a PUD teacher?
My passion is to see and hear every kid get involved with their hands and mind. I want to know what is going on in their brain; allowing each student to  be recognized for their brain!


Kathie

Teaching Experience:
26 years
Hobbies:
Gardening, looking at art and antiques, creating art (fusing glass) and reading
Favorite PUD Lesson:
Make A Light Bulb
Why:
It combines everything. It’s hands-on, synthesizes previous learning while applying it to a new situation and allows for major discovery! There is something in it for all students regardless of their ability.
What do you enjoy most about being a PUD teacher?
I enjoy the variability, the travel, the lessons…I  guess I like EVERYTHING about it!


Kathy

Teaching Experience:
26 years
Hobbies:
Gardening, hiking, running, spending time with family and staying connected to what is going on in the baseball world
Favorite PUD Lesson: 
Making Cents of Lighting Choices
Why:
Students are able to make their own conclusions about the better light bulbs to use in saving energy.
What do you enjoy most about being a PUD teacher?
I enjoy going to sooooo many classrooms to work with sooooo many students. Students become very excited to know that they can be a part of a solution when looking at different ways they use energy every day. Their energy gives me hope and allows me to have a very bright outlook for the future of our planet.

Contact:

Jenni Lamarca
education@snopud.com
425-783-8292
(M-F, 8am to 5pm)