is a Research + Practice Partnership program housed at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Institute of Cognitive Science. inquiryHub engages in research and development of materials, tools, and processes to promote equitable student learning of STEM. Its mission is to design, test, and implement tools and strategies for supporting teachers in creating inclusive classroom cultures and in co-designing curriculum that connects to interests, experiences, and identities of students from diverse racial and linguistic backgrounds that lead to equitable and consequential learning in mathematics and science.
inquiryHub Biology for High School is a deeply digital open educational resource with a license under Creative Commons. Users can access the digital materials for no cost as well as download, copy, print and/or make productive adaptations to the materials for use in the classroom. The course curriculum can be accessed via the inquiryHub Biology Landing page. To facilitate classroom use of the curriculum, inquiryHub Biology and Kendall Hunt are working together to provide affordable, printed companion materials. For content and course-use questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
inquiryHub Biology’s Evolution Unit, including the Addie & Juncos storylines, has received the NGSS Design Badge, which is awarded to science units designed for the NGSS that have earned the highest rating on the Educators Evaluating the Quality of Instructional Products Rubric for Science (EQuIP), reviewed by Achieve.org.
Learn more about inquiryHub at https://www.colorado.edu/program/inquiryhub/.