I have written a few posts here about science inquiry and providing students with authentic science experience. This week, I thought I would showcase a few other bloggers that are writing about science inquiry.Read More.
Halloween is a magical time of year. Ghosts and goblins wander the streets in search of candy and mischief. Halloween revelers celebrate the supernatural. School children color pictures of witches, gross each other out with mystery boxes containing brains made from noodles and boiled-egg-eyes...Read More.
In August, I wrote about the importance of providing children with role models in science, technology, engineering (STEM). In that post, I encouraged teachers to participate in the...Read More.
Teaching science through science inquiry is the cornerstone of good teaching.Read More.
The newly released Common Core Standards for Mathematics and Language Arts included a set of standards for...Read More.
"Let's get this #scichat party started!"
9:01 PM - June 9, 2010
As school was winding down for the summer, #scichat was launched with a passionate discussion about increasing the relevancy of school science. A vibrant community of science educators began to connect on...Read More.
Connecting your students with scientists and engineers is one way to enage them in science. It also provides students with mentors and positive role models. National Lab Day is a national inititive and classroom "matchmaker" launched last year to help facilitate these connections. A National Lab...Read More.
On July 12th, the National Academies of Science released a draft of the Framework for New Science Education Standards.Read More.