Astronomy Teacher Danielle Miller

I met Danielle Miller in March at a NASASocial at the Kennedy Space Center. We were there to learn about some of the work at the Space Center and see the launch of a cargo resupply mission headed for the International Space Station. Danielle was on spring break from her job teaching astronomy at a high school in Orlando. Her enthusiasm for space and all things NASA were infectious- and she knew the best place to stand to get a good view of the shuttle Atlantis at the Visitor's Center.

She talked to Girls Like You and Me about teaching high school astronomy, taking advantage of the many opportunities to learn about space, and getting her students excited about science by learning together.