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mySci Summer Professional Development Institutes 

By myralopez on May 13, 2020 in mySci, Teacher Leadership, Workshop

We are excited to share our summer professional development offerings for mySci educators. Sessions are open to mySci teachers as well as administrators in mySci districts . Would you like to grow your science instructional practice this summer? Choose the professional growth option that suits yo...

Life Cycles

By WashU on March 27, 2020 in Everyday mySci

Explore the similarities and differences of life cycles of plants and animals. Activities: Grow a plant from seed and watch its life cycle from birth, to growth, to seed production, to death. Observe plants around your house or neighborhood in different life cycle stages. Draw realistic pictures of...

Plants and Animals in Your Yard

By WashU on March 27, 2020 in Everyday mySci

How do plants and animals interact? How do ecosystems change over time? Activities: Make a list of the living and nonliving things in your yard or neighborhood. Use the free iNaturalist app to identify the kinds of plants and animals in your yard or neighborhood. Try to make a food chain from thi...

Blue Skies & Beyond: Limiting Warming To 1.5 Degrees? Can We Bridge The Gap?

By myralopez on February 13, 2020 in

Join us March 4 for the Blue Skies and Beyond Hot Topics in STEM Discussion Series: What does the Paris Agreement require countries to do? Can we reach a goal to limit warming to 1.5 degrees? What do our current global emission and production trajectories show us? What commitments have countries ...