Inq-ITS is headed to The Beaver State

Inq-ITS is headed over the Cascade Mountains to visit Bend, Oregon for the 2015 Oregon Science Teachers Association Conference.  We will have the opportunity to meet up with teachers at McMenamins Old St Francis School on Friday evening.  Saturday we will enjoy the beautiful Central Oregon Community College campus as we meet with teachers at our exhibit table.  Saturday evening we would like to invite teachers to gather for a casual no-host happy hour at Greg’s Grill in The Old Mill District at 4:30.  We hope to see you there.  (@OrSciTchr) #OSTA15

Launching our new website!


Welcome to a New Generation of Teaching and Learning.

Inq-ITS is a science learning platform for middle school students with simulations for Physical, Life, and Earth Science – aligned with NGSS standards. Students show what they know and educators get real-time, actionable data they can use to tailor their class instruction or individual support; and a pop-up cartoon dinosaur provides automatic support right when it is needed.  Inq-ITS – an Inquiry Intelligent Tutoring System.

Congratulations are in order!

Janice Gobert has officially made the move to Rutgers University.  Janice (Ph.D., Cognitive Science, University of Toronto) is a Professor of Learning Sciences and Educational Psychology in the Graduate Department of Education at Rutgers University.

Before joining Rutgers, Janice was the Co-Director of the Learning Sciences and Technologies graduate program at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2005-2015), and a Senior Research Scientist at the Concord Consortium (1999-2005).