Spent two days in Murfreesboro School District in late July conducting two-days of hands-on-minds-on inquiry-based science and STEM teacher training for K-12 teachers. Within the two day period I conducted several 3 hour sessions they included: STEM in the K-3 Classroom, STEM in the 4-12th Classroom, Next Generation Science Standards, Connecting Science Across the Disciplines, and Exploring Physical Science Content intermediate through middle school. During all sessions teachers were introduced to reflective journaling in the classroom. The use of reflective journaling in the classroom is one of the changes teachers will see in the Next Generation Science Standards. Teachers are encouraged to implement journaling in their classrooms, with students having ownership of their journals vs. teacher driven. During the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) sessions teachers were introduced to the 4Cs of STEM: Critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Additionally, teachers were introduced to the Engineering Design Process first hand by conducting numerous engineering design challenges throughout the sessions. Lastly, all sessions were taught via inquiry-based practices thus, teachers observed the modeling of what inquiry should look like within their own K-12 classrooms. It was an enjoyable two day visit to Murfreesboro School District in Tennessee. I truly believe that the teachers came away from the sessions enlightened and motivated. The following photos were taken during the two days of science and STEM training. For more information about the science and STEM teacher training Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski offers nation and worldwide contact her via the contact page.