Sunday, 2 March 2008

Science Inquiry

Science Inquiry
What is it and how can I make it happen in my classroom? Presented by Troy Frystak How can you make your science activities more like what real scientists do? How can you move your students away from just following procedure directions of a lab and toward designing their own investigations? How can you accomplish scientific inquiry within the confines of a traditional science curriculum? This workshop will introduce you to the idea of using science inquiry in your classroom and will present you with numerous ideas of how you can implement inquiry right now. This workshop is appropriate for any elementary teacher and for middle and high school science teachers.

Troy Frystak
has 12 years of teaching experience. Before coming to NIS, he taught 6th grade Science and Math at Huntington Middle School in San Marino, California. At Nakornpayap International School, he is a 6th grade homeroom teacher. He is also the Curriculum Coordinator and the Upper Elementary School Coordinator.
He received a B.A. from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon.


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