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Joanna Das, assistant professor of dance in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, leads studio experience for group of students from University City High School.

Being smart is cool

“It’s OK to be smart, and it’s actually really cool,” Jeanne Norris says. The curriculum coordinator with the Institute for School Partnership at Washington University is sitting at a table …Read more.

ISP Executive Assistant Victoria at Boeing award ceremony for grant awarded to the ISP's STEMpact Initative.

Pinteresting Thanksgiving classroom activities

Gobble, gobble! We’ve put together a feast of Thanksgiving activities and crafts for your classroom. Thanksgiving science These collaborative, hands-on activities are a great way to celebrate students. [see pin here] Thanksgiving …Read more.

Photo of Karis Jackson, 8th grade science educator at Hazelwood Central Middle School in the Hazelwood School District, and 2016 recipient of the STOM Outstanding Middle School Educator Award.

Bridging education research and practice

Great strides are being made in education research. Despite those great efforts by great people challenges persist. In particular, effectively scaling up or replicating successful educational programs proves difficult. The …Read more.


‘Spooktacular’ Halloween themed pins

Don’t let Halloween lesson planning scare you. We’ve got you covered. We’ve put together a goodie bag full of Halloween-inspired lesson plans to share with your students.  Erupting pumpkin experiment …Read more.