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STEM Leadership Series: Novel Engineering

By myralopez on October 11, 2019 in

FREE workshops for educators interested in bringing a stronger STEM mindset and intention to school and classroom practices. Open to school and district administrators, principals, coordinators, coaches, teachers and leaders. NOVEL ENGINEERING October 24, 2019 | 8:30 – 11:30am Where literature me...

Institute for School Partnership seeks survey respondents

By myralopez on September 30, 2019 in Community Engagement

We are asking people to participate in a short online survey toward creating future communications and marketing efforts, and educating people about ISP programs. The survey looks at current communications efforts and the best way to keep people informed about new programs, news and more. The sur...

(CANCELED) Free Code.org Workshop for K-5 Teachers

By myralopez on June 13, 2019 in

THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELED FREE workshop on computer science fundamentals. With the help of Code.org, the Institute for School Partnership is providing a no cost, one-day workshop for elementary (K-5) school teachers in Hannibal, Missouri, that are interested in teaching computer science. In...

(Day 1): Novel Engineering Conference for K-8 Educators

By myralopez on May 7, 2019 in

Join us for the first Novel Engineering Conference as we bring together K-8 educators from around the country to explore the integration of engineering and literacy! The two-day conference will dive deeply into: getting started with Novel Engineering engineering in the classroom supporting produc...

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...