Students should be engaging in inquiry on a daily basis. Through inquiry, students discover things for themselves, much like they did when they were young children first learning about their place in the world. The best way to facilitate an environment of inquiry in the classroom is through teaching students to ask the right sorts of questions. Fostering inquiry is what the engineering design process is all about. In each and every step, students discover new ideas and concepts for themselves. The next step involves experimenting with materials and what it will take to make students’ ideas come alive. Students will work in groups to create a Hall of Fame for the top 10 accomplishments in science and mathematics. Even though students are given specific tasks, however, it is important for them to see how collaborating enabled them to develop a better product together.