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  • How to ... Ask the Right Questions

    NSTA Press Book | January 2000

    Questions, questions, questions! They are a large part of a teacher’s stock-in-trade. We use questions to help students review, to check on comprehension, to stimulate critical thinking, to encourage creativity, to…

  • CSL Frequently Asked Questions

    Page | July 2020

    CSL Frequently Asked Questions Official tagline: Linking in-school and out-of-school STEM Learning What is Connected Science Learning? Connected Science Learning is an online journal that bridges in-school and out-of-school STEM learning by showcasing highly effective programs, practices, collaborations, and research…

  • Asking Questions

    Book Chapter | January 2017

    Asking questions might seem like a practice that is already in widespread use in today’s science classrooms. But the practice of “Asking Questions” as envisioned in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) is not at…

  • When Is Asking Questions a Science Practice?

    Journal Article | October 2021

  • DVD ONLY EVO: Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask About Evolution

    NSTA Press Book | March 2012

    Draw on the wit and wisdom of brilliant scientists to inspire your students as you teach them about a challenging area of biology. This teacher’s guide, which accompanies the EVO DVD, is structured around 10 fundamental…

  • 10 Questions Your Kid's Science Teacher Wishes You Would Ask

    Page | April 2020

    10 Questions Your Kid's Science Teacher Wishes You Would Ask For the same reasons we encourage our children to be active participants in classroom discussions, parents should take advantage of opportunities to talk with teachers. Learn more about science teaching and learning in your child's classroom, whether it's…

  • SET EVO Teachers Guide: Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask About Evolution

    NSTA Press Book | January 1970

    Draw on the wit and wisdom of brilliant scientists to inspire your students as you teach them about a challenging area of biology. This teacher’s guide, which accompanies the EVO DVD, is structured around 10 fundamental…

  • Can I Do This? Frequently Asked Questions

    Book Chapter | January 2012

    Teachers and administrators have expressed certain practical concerns, the answers to which help them decide if SciJourn is possible given the realities of their own school. In these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)…

  • BOOK ONLY EVO Teachers Guide: Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask About Evolution

    NSTA Press Book | March 2012

    Draw on the wit and wisdom of brilliant scientists to inspire your students as you teach them about a challenging area of biology. This teacher’s guide, which accompanies the EVO DVD, is structured around 10 fundamental…

  • Methods and Strategies: Ask the Right Question

    Journal Article | July 2017

    This column provides ideas and techniques to enhance your science teaching. This month’s issue shows how teachers can use literature and higher-level thinking questions to enhance science instruction.

  • Perspectives: The Art (and Science) of Asking Questions

    Journal Article | October 2008

    Questions serve as formative assessments that provide information to teachers about student learning in relation to curricular goals. In addition to helping students build science concepts, teacher questions can help…

  • Ask the Experts: March 2005 - Question #1

    Journal Article | March 2005

    Have you ever wondered what would be considered a native species in a place such as Hawaii? It seems like everything that exists there was introduced to the Aloha State because nothing live came up without the lava from…

  • The Prepared Practitioner: Ask Questions—and Listen!

    Journal Article | July 2009

    As you enjoy your summer break, are you thinking about professional development—or spending time with friends and loved ones? How about combining the activities! Conversing with friends and family offers a chance to…

  • Editor’s Corner: Assessment—Asking the Big Questions

    Journal Article | January 2011

    Assessment is often synonymous with measurement. We use summative assessments to determine if and where a student will go to college, how much funding a state will receive, whether teachers will stay or be fired, and…

  • How to... Ask the Right Questions (e-Book)

    eBook | January 2000

    Questions, questions, questions! They are a large part of a teacher’s stock-in-trade. We use questions to help students review, to check on comprehension, to stimulate critical thinking, to encourage creativity, to…

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