The EQuIP Peer Review Panel for Science has identified mySci’s middle school Module 5 Waves as a high-quality lesson and unit designed for the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
A partnership spearheaded by the Institute for School Partnership is taking aim at low graduation rates in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley.
Nearly 50 high school biology students played games and had fun all in the name of science education during the annual Animal Behavior and Evolution Day, held November 4 at Washington University. The event is spearheaded by ISP Faculty Fellow Joan Strassmann.
“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.
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A recent recognition of the Institute for School Partnership’s mySci curriculum is especially rewarding for Jeanne Norris. That’s because it comes from her peers. The EQuIP Peer Review Panel for …Read more.
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