MySci equips elementary school teachers with instructional materials and professional development opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in order to help instill a love of science in students.
MySci is a cornerstone program for the Washington University Institute for School Partnership and is supported by the Monsanto Fund.
The MySci program supports teachers with innovative lesson plans that promote hands-on student learning and cutting-edge methods for the teaching of science.
The MySci Investigation Station travels to community-wide events in the St. Louis area. Learn about what’s inside this custom-built trailer and find out how you can request the Investigation Station to visit your event.
MySci teachers are leading in the St. Louis and educational communities. Meet the MySci Ambassadors and the array of exceptional educators showing their leadership through development of new MySci units.
MySci’s mission is to empower teachers to cultivate curiosity-driven education. Throughout the history of the program, MySci has engaged elementary students in STEM and equipped teachers with interactive, experiential learning modules and ongoing support.
The MySci Resource Center provides teaching space for Institute for School Partnership workshops and access to high quality STEM materials and kits for local teachers, schools and districts.
By the Numbers
In the Academic Year 2014-15, MySci plans to
- provide over 2,000 instructional materials kits, serving ~18,000 students,
- provide professional development and coaching to ~750 elementary teachers, and
- host special events with the MySci Investigation Station, reaching ~7,000 visitors.
ISP Resource Center Project Coordinator