“Kids say they feel smart after working with the MySci kits,” says Jennifer Pointer, an eighth grade science teacher at Rogers Middle School in the Affton School District.
About 500 seventh-grade girls from across Missouri explored STEAM careers, rotated through workshops and learned about life on a college campus during a March event sponsored by the Institute for School Partnership and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
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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.
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