High school biology students can attend this FREE workshop on November 4, 2017.
Explore how social behavior evolves, how animals choose their mates, who gains from communication and how conflicts of interest are resolved in animals.
“Computer science should be for all schools and for all students. Not just honors student or kids that are good at math and science,” says the ISP’s Jaime Gilligan – featured speaker at a recent STEMpact workshop focused on computer science integration in schools.
Recently named Institute for School Partnership Kirk Teacher Fellow Deirdre “Didi” Noelker will serve as an ambassador for evolution education in the St. Louis area.
Twelve years after its launch, the innovative MySci curriculum program developed by Washington University’s Institute for School Partnership (ISP) is seeing incredible growth, doubling in size two years in a row.
Makerspace kits designed by seventh-graders at Grand Center Arts Academy being used in new ISP initiative called mySci Do.
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Teacher Deirdre “Didi” Noelker climbs up on a stool and grabs an animal skull from atop a cabinet. It’s a replica of a saber-toothed cat. A gift from her husband. …Read more.
Washington University in St. Louis
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
11:00 am - 1:00 pm Washington University, Danforth Campus, Crow Hall Room 201