Educator Resources

Safely observe solar eclipse with young children

By myralopez on August 15, 2017 in Educator Resources, Uncategorized

St. Louis and the surrounding area is abuzz with excitement about the upcoming total solar eclipse, as well it should be. This very unique experience is not to be missed, if possible. There are online resources available for information and activities, such as from the St. Louis Astronomical Soci...

Earth Day resources

By myralopez on April 16, 2017 in Educator Resources

With Earth Day just around the corner, here are some resources to engage your students in important topics around conservation, climate and much more. PARC Energy Kits & Materials Request an energy kit on solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, hydropower or electricity for your classroom. The goal...

Top evolution resources

By myralopez on February 1, 2017 in Educator Resources

For many K-12 educators, the topic of evolution can be an intimidating one. However, as the foundation of biology, evolution is a crucial subject to address in the science classroom. That’s why the ISP offers educators the resources they need to teach this important topic with confidence. Below i...