Teacher Workshop Titles Targeted Grade Levels
Fostering Science Inquiry in Young Learners K-3
Explore simple ways of help primary students observe more closely, inquire, experiment and make connections in their world.
Fostering Science Inquiry in Intermediate Learners 4-6
Explore simple ways of help intermediate students observe more closely, inquire, experiment and make connections in their world.
There’s a Method to My Madness (scientific method) 4-6
Investigate using the scientific method as a simple way to problem-solve, foster math/science connections and help students answer their own questions.
Who’s Been Walking Here (animal track and sign) 3-6
Heighten student awareness and inquiry by helping them learn how to read animals tracks and signs and examine what lives in their own back yards.
Focus on Skills Through Hands-on Science 3-6
Sample some science skills that permeate all academic disciplines; heighten critical and creative thinking.
Integrating Science into the Elementary Classroom 3-6
Investigate ways of integrating hands-on science into the busy elementary school day.
Exploring the Science/Literary Connection 3-6
Sample some of the natural connections between reading, writing and science.
Native Ways in the Classroom: Melding Science, Social studies and Art 3-6
Use Native American exploration to weave together science, social studies, reading and more.
Science on a Shoestring 3-6
Explore making and using simple, inexpensive everyday items to learn about physical,earth and life science.
Rock, Paper, Scissors? No! Rocks, Soil, Water 3-6
Investigate creative ways of integrating earth science into the elementary school classroom.
Nature Awareness: Writing/Poetry, Art and Field- Journaling 3-6
Experience a variety of strategies for using the arts to foster observation and inquiry skills needed for accurate