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CHHS teacher spotlight: Mr. Huddleston

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CHHS teacher spotlight: Mr. Huddleston

Yagna Patel, Buzz News Reporter

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Mr. Huddleston is a science teacher at CHHS.  I was able to catch up to him today and interview him.  Here is what he had to say:

Q:  Low long have you been teaching?  Have you taught any schools besides CHHS?

A:  “I have been teaching for 3 years and have not taught any other schools.”

Q:  Where did you go to college?

A:  “I went to the University of Montevallo.”

Q:  What subject(s) do you teach?

A:  “I teach AP Physics, regular Physics, and Physical Science.”

Q:  What made you want to become a teacher?

A:  “The high pay, low stress, and general sadistic tendencies.”  

Q:  What is your favorite thing about being a teacher?

A:  “The flexibility and creativity required, also when I visibily see a student ‘get it.'”

Q:  What is your least favorite thing about being a teacher?

A:  “Taking work home with me.”

Q:  What is the hardest thing about teaching teenagers?

A:  “Staying mindful of the years of brain development they have yet to undergo.” 

Q:  What is your favorite quote?

A:  “‘As far as laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality’ – Albert Einstien”

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Yagna Patel is a junior at Chelsea High School. He lived in Vidalia, Georgia for the beginning of his life. But then he moved to Chelsea and has lived...

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