Photograph of Ariana Guardado, a Teach North Texas program member, working with four students. They are working with activity sheets and on the smart board behind them is a slide that reads "How to Count... -Once you have counted all that you can count on one item you will continue the process of counting other items until there is nothing to count at that station. - You have 6 minutes per station, you will continue to the next station when you hear this...".
Photograph of Serena Hobbs, a Teach North Texas program member, working with three students. They are counting a specific part of the flowers that are at their desk group. There is a potted Peace Lily, a sunflower, and a few Daisy Chrysanthemums.
Photograph of Serena Hobbs, a Teach North Texas program member, working with three students. They are taking notes about the characteristics of flowers and plants in a classroom. One of the students is holding the plants in his hands while the others are looking at one in a pot.
Photograph of a student that is in the Teach North Texas program making a model eukaryotic cell. Next to him is another student and they are sitting at tables in a classroom lab. The teachers desk is visible behind them.
Photograph of a Teach North Texas program member working with a group of students. She is cutting off a piece of yarn for them to use in building model eukaryotic cells. There are several Play-Doh cans on the table and name-cards. Two of the name-cards read "Zempoalteca" and "McCarty". Behind the teacher are other tables with more students.