A recent STEM Leadership Series workshop drew nearly 100 educators from 29 area school districts. The next workshop is October 26.
Design-Based Implementation Research is an emerging model for transforming the relationship of research and practice. Professor William Penuel will be at Washington University on Thursday, October 13 to discuss DBIR.
The best way to develop STEM-capable students is to develop STEM-capable teachers. The Monsanto Fund has awarded the Institute for School Partnership a $200,000 grant to help teachers integrate STEM into their curriculum.
The Institute for School Partnership welcomes three new members to its team. Lauren Ashman and Melanie Turnage are K-8 science curriculum coordinators. Myra Lopez is the new ISP communications manager.
Led by educators from the Institute for School Partnership, STEM TQ has taught hundreds of elementary and middle school teachers how to “stemitize” their lessons.
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The best way to develop STEM-capable students is to develop STEM-capable teachers. Instilling awareness of science, technology, engineering and math education needs to happen in elementary school – when it …Read more.
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