STEMpact collaborative works to improve St. Louis education and develop exemplary teachers who provide high quality STEM learning experiences (July 09, 2014 by edavisblacktwig, St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis, MO …Read more.
Space remains available for teachers to participate in upcoming professional development opportunities available through the Institute for School Partnership. Hot Topics: Energy and Sustainability Workshop Series for Middle School Solar …Read more.
In Brenice Lewis’ fifth-grade science classroom at KIPP Inspire Academy in South St. Louis City, a bright menagerie of jungle animals peers down over college logos and a collection of …Read more.
Taking flight: Annual Boeing Design Challenge fun way for high school students to consider STEM careers
Alex Kueser (above, left), Jacob Massmann and Tommy Kueser, all of Eureka High School in southwest St. Louis County, prepare their plane for launch during the Boeing Design Challenge at …Read more.
At University City’s Brittany Woods Middle School, Legos are much more than toys: They’re building blocks for future scientists. Every Thursday, sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders are busy programming small bumper-bot …Read more.
A field trip to WUSTL’s Danforth Campus April 2 was the culminating activity for local high school students in the AP Prep Program, a WUSTL volunteer tutoring program sponsored by …Read more.
ISP Faculty Fellow Pat Gibbons, PhD, and Jack Wiegers, ISP science educator, are offering an astronomy course for teachers during the fall 2014 semester. Edu 6012 Earth and Planetary Systems …Read more.
The WUSTL Newsroom story “Closing the gap: How one school district went about fixing standardized science test scores” by Leslie Gibson McCarthy was published with permission by the Missouri Mathematics …Read more.
Students from KIPP Inspire Academy, a WUSTL-sponsored St. Louis charter school, were treated to a performance of Black Violin at Edison Theatre Mar. 14. Classically trained artists Wilner “Wil B” …Read more.