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Fostering a Positive School Culture for Science by Removing Barriers

What I implemented: We wanted to work on the Essential Element of Values, especially the big pieces around making sure all students engage with science and involving families. To address those, we needed to first...

Fostering a Positive School Culture for Science by Removing Barriers

What I implemented: We wanted to work on the Essential Element of Values, especially the big pieces around making sure all students engage with science and involving families. To address those, we needed to first...

Goethe Elementary: The Evolution of Partnerships

What I implemented: At Goethe Elementary, in 2015 I saw a CPS Newsblast in my inbox that listed various STEM PD opportunities.  One of the partnerships that interested me in particular was with the...

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Human Origins (Smithsonian)

The Human Origins website provides resources for educators about the study of human origins and what science tells us about how our human ancestors evolved over millions of years in response to a changing...
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Virtual Crash Course in Design Thinking

From Stanford University's D School comes this virtual crash course in design thinking. The D School builds on methods from across the field of design to create learning experiences that help people unlock their creative...

ABOUT SCIENCE LEADERSHIP

The Museum of Science and Industry’s Science Leadership Initiative addresses the critical issue of student achievement and exposure to STEM by supporting science education on a whole-school level.

WELCOME TO SCIENCE

MSI’s Welcome to Science Initiative helps children achieve their full potential in science by improving the quality of science teaching in schools, connecting science to children wherever they are, and showcasing diversity in STEM fields. Our unique approach engages youth and all those essential to their success: teachers, schools, families and communities.

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Edutopia Family Engagement Resources

Edutopia has compiled a set of family engagement resources, including a section on effective communication. Explore tips, strategies, and resources to help improve the connection from home to school and expand parent involvement.

Goethe Elementary: The Evolution of Partnerships

What I implemented: At Goethe Elementary, in 2015 I saw a CPS Newsblast in my inbox that listed various STEM PD opportunities.  One of the partnerships that interested me in particular was with the...

Fostering a Positive School Culture for Science by Removing Barriers

What I implemented: We wanted to work on the Essential Element of Values, especially the big pieces around making sure all students engage with science and involving families. To address those, we needed to first...

Trending now...

Human Origins (Smithsonian)

The Human Origins website provides resources for educators about the study of human origins and what science tells us about how our human ancestors evolved over millions of years in response to a changing...
Stanford University D School

Virtual Crash Course in Design Thinking

From Stanford University's D School comes this virtual crash course in design thinking. The D School builds on methods from across the field of design to create learning experiences that help people unlock their creative...

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ABOUT SCIENCE LEADERSHIP

The Museum of Science and Industry’s Science Leadership Initiative addresses the critical issue of student achievement and exposure to STEM by supporting science education on a whole-school level.

WELCOME TO SCIENCE

MSI’s Welcome to Science Initiative helps children achieve their full potential in science by improving the quality of science teaching in schools, connecting science to children wherever they are, and showcasing diversity in STEM fields. Our unique approach engages youth and all those essential to their success: teachers, schools, families and communities.