FORT PIERCE | Beau Roberts, a science teacher at John Carroll High School in Fort Pierce, was one of 10 educators from around the country recently honored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth for excellence in teaching students with advanced academic abilities.
Roberts is in his 24th year of teaching at John Carroll. Some of the courses he teaches include AP chemistry, honors chemistry, academic chemistry, AP environmental science, honors marine biology, and earth and space science.
Roberts, who is also an online science instructor for the Center for Talented Youth, was honored during the Sarah D. Barder Fellowship Conference, held virtually in February. Now in its 33rd year, the conference brings new and past fellows from around the country together to share ideas and best practices about educating students.
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