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|Scott Genzer started in Gabon 1993|
|Education in Gabon:|
|Norman Capshaw, Scott Genzer, Stacey Nichols Kim, William Pete "Bill" Siemers|
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 Description of Service
Scott Genzer taught 6eme and 5eme math and a bit of 3eme TEFL at CES Ndjolé. His secondary project was to create some math worksheets for use in the classroom. He also helped host a local conference on integrating environmental education into the classroom and another one on the use of math manipulatives. He also met his wife, Kim, in Gabon. She was a math teacher in Makokou.