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mySci program spotlighted on educational podcast

By myralopez on April 25, 2019 in Faculty & Staff, mySci, Science, STEM

Rachel Ruggirello, associate director of the Institute for School Partnership and Jeanne Norris, K-8 curriculum coordinator for the ISP, recently joined The Rotten Apples Podcast and talked to host Amy Peach about the innovative mySci program that provides K-8 teachers across the St. Louis region...

HEC-TV spotlights ISP’s mySci Do program

By myralopez on March 13, 2019 in mySci, Science, STEM

By Suzanne Vanderhoef For far too many local kids, school supplies aren’t just notebooks and pencils. For them, a warm coat, a pair of socks, or even a toothbrush might be the difference that allows them to go to school ready to learn. That’s where The Little Bit Foundation comes in. Founded in 2...

mySci’s Arch Hour of Code Challenge

By myralopez on November 29, 2018 in mySci, Science, STEM

In 1933, St. Louis attorney Luther Elly Smith conceived of a monument honoring Thomas Jefferson and his vision for westward expansion. In 1947, a national design competition for a monument was launched. Architect Eero Saarinen’s stainless steel Arch was chosen the winner, and construction o...

mySci program highlighted in The Warren County Record

By myralopez on September 15, 2017 in Educator Resources, mySci, Science

An article on the introduction of the mySci curriculum program into the Warrenton School District was featured on the homepage of The Warren County Record’s website on September 18, 2017. Elementary and middle school students in the district will use the innovative, hands-on program that wa...