I Teach Inquiry® at NSTA

15th January, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - 2 Comments


The I Teach Inquiry® Network will host a forum and reception about inquiry science at the NSTA conference in Philadelphia.  Join us and a panel of inquiry educators to discuss inquiry science in the classroom.  The event will be held Saturday, March 20th from 2-5pm. 

To RSVP, please email samara.lotz@carolina.com

If you have a question that you wish to be answered by the panel, please post it below.  For more information please check back with us frequently.


Donna Rohanna

February 2nd, 2010 at 12:46 pm    

I teach Kindergarten right now. I have taught science and environmental science to all grades for most of my teaching years. I have found that asking questions that cause curiosity and peek students interest is a wonderful way to get them interested and get them hooked on investigation that leads to knowledge.

So any lesson I teach is always exciting, because the students get excited when they are the ones thinking and looking to come up with the answers! They always do and they learn many things along the ways of investigation.

Sammie Lotz

March 22nd, 2010 at 9:07 am    

I just got back from NSTA and what a wonderful week! I am curious to see what your favorite experience was from the trip if you were able to go. What sessions were interesting? What were some great ideas that you were able to take away? What were some of the demos that you enjoyed? What areas or standards are you looking to teach soon. Leave a reply below and I look forward to seeing them soon! Let me know if I can help you in any way.

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