1. How to Make Gecko Tape for Biomimicry Activity

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    The Biomimicry demo is an approachable demonstration where you can make a product that's close to actual lab created material. Gecko Tape can be tricky to make for such a simple demo. Here's how to make your own! Demo Link: http://nisenet.org/catalog/programs/biomimicry_synthetic_gecko_tape_through_nanomolding

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    • How to Make and Do the Oleophobic/Anti-Graffiti Demonstration

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      The Oleophobic\Anti-Graffiti Demo is a simple way to educate the public about an existing, retail nano-product. It's a simple activity to create and implement using tin roof tiles and anti-graffiti spray paint. Link: http://nisenet.org/catalog/programs/oleophobic_surfaces

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      • 2014 Team-Based Inquiry Cohort Project Presentations Group 3

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        In 2014, the Network provided an in-depth professional development training to 20 staff from 10 institutions within the network to fully learn and practice Team-Based Inquiry (TBI). Through this process, individuals learned and practiced TBI, conducted TBI on their mini-grant projects, implemented changes to their mini-grant projects, and wrote reports and presentations on their experience. This video shows concrete, real-world examples of how TBI has been put to use by Children's Discovery Museum, Tulsa Children's Museum and The Leonardo. Each presentation can be found by skipping to: Children’s Discovery Museum - 0:02:27 - 0:23:37 Tulsa Children’s Museum - 0:24:16 - 0:42:20 The Leonardo - 0:42:49 - 0:59:53 Closed Captions available by clicking on the (CC) in the video play bar.

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        • 2014 Team-Based Inquiry Cohort Project Presentations Group 1

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          In 2014, the Network provided an in-depth professional development training to 20 staff from 10 institutions within the network to fully learn and practice Team-Based Inquiry (TBI). Through this process, individuals learned and practiced TBI, conducted TBI on their mini-grant projects, implemented changes to their mini-grant projects, and wrote reports and presentations on their experience. This video shows concrete, real-world examples of how TBI has been put to use by the Bootheel Youth Museum. Closed Captions available by clicking on the (CC) in the video play bar.

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          • 2014 Team-Based Inquiry Cohort Project Presentations Group 4

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            In 2014, the Network provided an in-depth professional development training to 20 staff from 10 institutions within the network to fully learn and practice Team-Based Inquiry (TBI). Through this process, individuals learned and practiced TBI, conducted TBI on their mini-grant projects, implemented changes to their mini-grant projects, and wrote reports and presentations on their experience. This video shows concrete, real-world examples of how TBI has been put to use by The Bakken, Powerhouse Science Center, and the Maryland Science Center. Each presentation can be found by skipping to: The Bakken - 0:00:00 - 0:15:34 Powerhouse Science Center - 0:15:40 - 0:37:08 Maryland Science Center - 0:37:18 - 0:55:30 Closed Captions available by clicking on the (CC) in the video play bar.

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            • 2014 Team-Based Inquiry Cohort Project Presentations Group 5

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              In 2014, the Network provided an in-depth professional development training to 20 staff from 10 institutions within the network to fully learn and practice Team-Based Inquiry (TBI). Through this process, individuals learned and practiced TBI, conducted TBI on their mini-grant projects, implemented changes to their mini-grant projects, and wrote reports and presentations on their experience. This video shows concrete, real-world examples of how TBI has been put to use by the Frost Science Center and the Durango Discovery Museum. Each presentation can be found by skipping to: Frost Science Center - 0:00:00 - 0:15:34 Durango Discovery Museum - 0:16:09 - 0:44:43 Closed Captions available by clicking on the (CC) in the video play bar.

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              • Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase (Video 6 of 7)

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                In the “Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase” video, you learn how to go about entering, cleaning, and analyzing data with your Team-Based Inquiry (TBI) team. You and your TBI team can consider analyzing the data in a variety of different ways based on your needs and timeline. Tool: Use the Data Reflection Cheat Sheet after this video with your team. http://nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide This film is part of the NISE Network's "Team-Based Inquiry" professional development package. TBI is an approach to empowering professionals to get the data they need, when they need it, in order to improve their products and practices and create successful educational experiences. These materials were designed to support museum practitioners in learning about and using TBI in their own institutions and practice. The other training videos in this series can be found below: The next video in this series is video #7 Video 7: Team-Based Inquiry: The Improve Phase https://vimeo.com/107830751 Video 1: Why Team-Based Inquiry? https://vimeo.com/107705737 Video 2: Preparing for Team-Based Inquiry https://vimeo.com/107707308 Video 3: Team-Based Inquiry: The Questions Phase https://vimeo.com/107751868 Video 4: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 1 https://vimeo.com/107761357 Video 5: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 2 https://vimeo.com/107769480 For more information about Team-Based Inquiry, visit: nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide Learn more: Education professionals: nisenet.org Public audiences: whatisnano.org

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                • Team-Based Inquiry: The Improve Phase (Video 7 of 7)

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                  “Team-Based Inquiry: The Improve Phase” video walks you and your Team-Based Inquiry (TBI) through the process of identifying potential ideas for improving your program or practice. Your team may have a bunch of ideas, but the project constraints may only allow a few to happen – make sure to prioritize to create the best experience or outcome possible. And, don’t forget to document the TBI process. Others can learn from the work you and your team put in, so capture it for future projects! Tool: Use the TBI Report Template after this video with your team. http://nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide This film is part of the NISE Network's "Team-Based Inquiry" professional development package. TBI is an approach to empowering professionals to get the data they need, when they need it, in order to improve their products and practices and create successful educational experiences. These materials were designed to support museum practitioners in learning about and using TBI in their own institutions and practice. The other training videos in this series can be found below: This is the last video in this training series. Video 1: Why Team-Based Inquiry? https://vimeo.com/107705737 Video 2: Preparing for Team-Based Inquiry https://vimeo.com/107707308 Video 3: Team-Based Inquiry: The Questions Phase https://vimeo.com/107751868 Video 4: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 1 https://vimeo.com/107761357 Video 5: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 2 https://vimeo.com/107769480 Video 6: Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase https://vimeo.com/107854776 For more information about Team-Based Inquiry, visit: nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide Learn more: Education professionals: nisenet.org Public audiences: whatisnano.org

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                  • Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 2 (Video 5 of 7)

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                    “Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase – Part 2” presents how to collect data through interviews, surveys, and observations. This video walks through the fundamentals and necessary procedures for each of these data collection methods and provides practice materials for your Team-Based Inquiry (TBI) Team to try before collecting your own data. This film is part of the NISE Network's "Team-Based Inquiry" professional development package. TBI is an approach to empowering professionals to get the data they need, when they need it, in order to improve their products and practices and create successful educational experiences. These materials were designed to support museum practitioners in learning about and using TBI in their own institutions and practice. The other training videos in this series can be found below: The next video in this series is video #6 Video 6: Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase https://vimeo.com/107854776 Video 7: Team-Based Inquiry: The Improve Phase https://vimeo.com/107830751 Video 1: Why Team-Based Inquiry? https://vimeo.com/107705737 Video 2: Preparing for Team-Based Inquiry https://vimeo.com/107707308 Video 3: Team-Based Inquiry: The Questions Phase https://vimeo.com/107751868 Video 4: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 1 https://vimeo.com/107761357 For more information about Team-Based Inquiry, visit: nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide Learn more: Education professionals: nisenet.org Public audiences: whatisnano.org

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                    • Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 1 (Video 4 of 7)

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                      “Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase – Part 1” walks you and your team through selecting the best data collection methods to answer your Team-Based Inquiry (TBI) questions. You will become familiar with a few methods, but there are hundreds of other ways to collect data, so use this as a starting-off point for discussing how to best collect data that will answer your TBI questions. Tool: Use the Methods Worksheet after this video with your team. http://nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide This film is part of the NISE Network's "Team-Based Inquiry" professional development package. TBI is an approach to empowering professionals to get the data they need, when they need it, in order to improve their products and practices and create successful educational experiences. These materials were designed to support museum practitioners in learning about and using TBI in their own institutions and practice. The other training videos in this series can be found below: The next video in this series is video #5 Video 5: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 2 https://vimeo.com/107769480 Video 6: Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase https://vimeo.com/107854776 Video 7: Team-Based Inquiry: The Improve Phase https://vimeo.com/107830751 Video 1: Why Team-Based Inquiry? https://vimeo.com/107705737 Video 2: Preparing for Team-Based Inquiry https://vimeo.com/107707308 Video 3: Team-Based Inquiry: The Questions Phase https://vimeo.com/107751868 For more information about Team-Based Inquiry, visit: nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide Learn more: Education professionals: nisenet.org Public audiences: whatisnano.org

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