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April 19, 2021 One Giant Leap for Students

We live on an extraordinary planet. Think about it, of all the celestial bodies orbiting our sun, Earth is the only one with forests, savannahs,…

April 5, 2021 5 Ways to Celebrate Your Library

I love going to the library. I don’t care if that statement makes me sound like a nerd, it is unabashedly true. Even as a…

March 26, 2021 Women in STEM: An Interview with VAI Scientist Mary Winn

History is filled with remarkable women. Over the past month, Inquiry insider has endeavored to share stories of women who…

March 12, 2021 Using Poetry to Teach Women’s History Month

One of my favorite poems is, Still I Rise by Maya Angelou. “You may write me down in history With your…

March 8, 2021 5 (More) Women in STEM Your Students Should Know

Some time ago, I wrote a blog post called, 5 Women in STEM Your Students Should Know. For a history buff…

March 3, 2021 The Mind-Changing Magic of Words!

Bumblebees see ultraviolet light. The fact seems almost trivial until you stop and think about it. Ultraviolet is a…

February 26, 2021 Creating Experiences for Celebrating Women’s History Month

When I was in elementary school, there were several projects and events that still stick with me today. You know, those activities that…

February 10, 2021 Richer Soil: Cultivating Change in the Classroom

Last week, I spoke with a teacher who wanted to give up. She was crushed, physically and emotionally, by the demands of pandemic…