Ms. Sarah Galloway
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Phone: (480) 472-8380
A little about me...
This is my 14th year as a science teacher. I grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and moved here about 13 years ago. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Brigham Young University and a Master’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of New Mexico and another Master’s in Teaching and Teacher Education through the University of Arizona.
Every summer I look for opportunities to improve my teaching practice. I have enjoyed working as a camp instructor for ASU’s Summer Engineering Academy. I also had the opportunity to participate in the CBiRC (Center for Biorenewable Chemicals) Summer Academy at Iowa State University. In the past I have spent three summers as a SRP teacher intern in the Air Quality and Lab Services Department. I have also worked at Fermilab, a Department of Energy research laboratory in Batavia, Illinois.
Before becoming a teacher, I taught English in Taiwan. I also speak some Spanish and studied it in college. During my free time I enjoy gardening, reading, hiking, camping and traveling. I also enjoy being with my dog, Dusty and taking him for walks every day.