500 seventh-grade girls from across Missouri explored STEM careers, rotated through workshops and learned about life on a college campus during a March STEAM event sponsored by the Institute for School Partnership.
It’s midday at the Missouri State Capitol and the pizza line snakes around the 3rd floor Rotunda. A sure sign that it’s not business as usual in Jefferson City. March 2 was STEM Day at the Capitol which drew nearly 50 exhibitors and many more students and educators including Liz Petersen with STEMpact.
Pattonville School District elementary students — at every grade level and of every ability — have made statistically significant gains in science after completing the innovative MySci curriculum developed by the Institute for School Partnership.
Whether you’re 6, 16 or 64 you surely have a favorite childhood book. In observance of the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day on March 2, the staff at the ISP is sharing our favorite books with you. Enjoy!
Lactose tolerance is a sign that human evolution is still at work, says Briana Pobiner, an anthropologist at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and keynote speaker at ISP’s recent Darwin Day.
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The science is clear: girls think boys are better at science. That’s wrong, of course. Still, subtle and not-so-subtle messages from parents, teachers and the media lead girls to doubt …Read more.
It’s midday at the Missouri State Capitol and the pizza line snakes around the third floor rotunda. A sure sign that it’s not business as usual in Jefferson City. March …Read more.
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