Inquiry-Based Science

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April 13, 2020 Preventing the Spread: Small Ways You Can Save Lives

I believe if this quarantine has taught us anything, it’s the importance of small things. A handshake, grabbing coffee with friends, attending class, or even…

April 10, 2020 Stay Curious: What to Do When School is Cancelled

Remote learning is tough, but it’s no match for a good teacher. Over the past month, I have witnessed educators perform some truly herculean feats…

April 6, 2020 5 Home Activities for Remote Learning

It’s been almost a month since many of us began to shelter in place and odds are your “To-Do” list is running a little low.…

April 3, 2020 Great Lessons to Teach about the Great Lakes

We all get it. Everyone has been thrust into the wide open west of online teaching and learning—all of us. You’ve been looking for resources…

March 16, 2020 The Power of Inquiry

Educators often ask for advice on student engagement. It’s a sort of “catch-all” phrase that really means, “How can I get my students to care…

February 28, 2020 5 Useful (and Fun) YouTube Channels for Your Classroom

Our students live in a world of media. In fact, no other period in human history has ever afforded young minds such access to entertainment.…

February 26, 2020 Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning: Building Scientific Explanations

“But why?” If you’ve ever worked with children, this question is sure to set off plenty of alarm bells. You know exactly where this conversation…

February 24, 2020 Curious Minds Want to Know

I’ve been fortunate in my career. I’ve had terrific mentors, supportive colleagues, and unique opportunities to learn and grow. I’m grateful for the career that’s…