Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Brian Rohrig is an award-winning science teacher who has taught at both the middle and high school level. He is a master demonstrator and a popular presenter at science conferences, where his dazzling demos have delighted thousands. Brian’s goal as a science teacher is to make science come alive, to make his labs and demos so exciting that kids can’t stop talking about all the amazing things they do in science class. At the same time, he is committed to making sure his students are learning the NGSS concepts at the deepest level, holding to the philosophy that the most rigorous class can also be the most fun class.

Brian has written nine books of science experiments as well as dozens of articles for science magazines. He is the author of the science resource handbook you will receive at the seminar: Helping Students Master the NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS: Best High-Interest, Hands-On Activities (Grades 6-12).

Join Brian for an unforgettable day of demos and interactive activities - learning about the Next Generation Science Standards has never been so much fun!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

Brian presented an excellent seminar! I learned more than you could imagine.”

“Great day! I loved the variety of Brian’s demos. Most were with a new twist.”

“Lots of take-home ideas. I would recommend Brian’s seminar to any teacher who instructs science!

Fun, fast-paced day with lots of experiments that were very interesting.”

“Brian was very knowledgeable, very dedicated and very enthusiastic! Excellent seminar!”

Brian’s entire seminar was wonderful. I am eager to freshen up my classroom presentation.”

“Very hands-on – filled with useful creative, engaging ideas to use in my classroom.”

Brian’s seminar is an excellent model of what professional development for science teachers should be!”

“Absolutely amazing seminar! Brian is inspiring and provides a multitude of activities that I can use right away to foster thinking and experimentation.”