High School Inquiry and Neuroscience
Amanda Laidlaw, Chemistry and Biology teacher at John Glenn High School in Westland, participated in Boston University's CELEST program over the past year. She created an inquiry project based on Grades 8-12 Inquiry HSCE's. Included in this folder is a PowerPoint presentation on her work and the CELEST project, a list of the High School Content Expectations, a teaching module, and a student workbook. Please feel free to contact Amanda at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bustin' Brain Myths Student Workbook
- High School Inquiry Expectations
How can CELEST help your students achieve mastery of the Michigan High School Content Expectations? This document outlines Inquiry, Reflection, Social Implications, and Scientific Reflections expectations and how they relate to our project.
- PowerPoint Presentation about the CELEST Project
- Student Workbook for Memory
The scientific process of asking questions and seeking answers serves as the foundation of the Institute for Inquiry®. The Institute provides a variety of workshops, forums, and resources to support an international community of scientists and educators dedicated to developing innovation and leadership in science education.