The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
December 15-18, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Thursday, December 15, 2005: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Room 305 (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Symposium: Using Insects in Science Based Inquiry (Teaching Symposium)

Organizer(s): Tiffany M. Heng-Moss,
Marion D. Ellis, N/A
1:30 PMThe Scholarship of Inquiry-Based Teaching
1:55 PMIntroduction  [ Recorded presentation ]
2:20 PMIntroductory Remarks
2:25 PM0183Insects and science inquiry at the college level  [ Recorded presentation ]
Daniel Young,
2:50 PM0184Filthy flies and webs of intrigue: Models for guided and open inquiry
W. Wyatt Hoback,, Kerri M. Skinner,, Julie Shaffer,
3:15 PM0185Our zoo to you: Using insects and other animals in inquiry-based instruction with K-12 students  [ Recorded presentation ]
Mimi Wickless,, Tiffany Heng-Moss,
3:40 PM0186Is this workshop worth it? An evaluation of short- and long-term impacts of insect-based science inquiry workshops for K-12 educators  [ Recorded presentation ]
Douglas A. Golick,, Marion D. Ellis, Tiffany Heng-Moss,
4:05 PMBreak
4:20 PM0187Addressing broader impacts for NSF grants while engaging in inquiry-based insect education  [ Recorded presentation ]
Sujaya Rao,
4:45 PM0188Termites can teach high schoolers the scientific method  [ Recorded presentation ]
Susan Whitney King,
5:10 PM0189Describing a new species of gall forming wasps: A learning activity for primary school students
John LaSalle,, Robert W. Matthews,
5:25 PM0190Entomological literacy: What every American should know about insects  [ Recorded presentation ]
Kerri M. Skinner,, Gwen Pearson,, W. Wyatt Hoback,
5:40 PMConcluding Remarks
5:50 PMBusiness Meeting - Youth and Education Committee

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