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Inquiry-Based Science

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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…

February 14, 2020 5 Women in STEM Your Students Should Know

Every student needs a hero. Heroes give us encouragement, they inspire us to grow, and they show us what we’re capable of achieving. This is…

February 12, 2020 Think Weirder

“And then they called me a weirdo,” she said with tears in her eyes, “and they wouldn’t stop. They followed me around and…

January 20, 2020 PBL and Differentiated Instruction

There’s an old saying allegedly attributed to Albert Einstein, “Everyone is a genius, but if you judge a fish by it’s ability to climb a…