Training students to become better scientists by learning how to assess experiments for depth and quality through the use of a peer review panel.
Nurturing scientific inquiry in young children by teaching and practicing science process skills.
Deepening student understanding of content-area vocabulary through targeted strategies.
Unlocking scientific thinking by introducing students to exploration, marker words, and open-ended questioning.
Helping students better navigate scientific text by modeling reading strategies and connecting scientific concepts to real-life experiences.
Sparking students’ interest by encouraging them to explore and solve scientific problems on their own
Igniting student passion for learning by making the “invisible” visible.
Strengthening instructional units by planning in layers and connecting content to learning.