We’re excited to share these stories, tips and updates from Letters to a Pre-Scientist community members!
In a recent survey, less than 25% of scientist pen pals reported LPS increasing their awareness of the challenges of teaching and learning in low-income schools. In
Each month, we feature one of our teachers on the blog and ask them to write a bit about their classroom experience with LPS. This
My name is Tara Kawalec and I teach 8th grade science at Northglenn Middle School, in Northglenn, Colorado, which is just 15 minutes north of
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thank you so much to everybody who contributed to our Fall in Love with Science fundraising campaign last month.
It’s our first Scientist Spotlight of this school year, and we’re excited to highlight 3rd-time pen pal Rachel Toczydlowski, a PhD student at the University
The pre-scientists wait eagerly for their letters, trickling in over weeks until every students’ letter has reached their classroom from all over the world. The anticipation
Bridget Heneghan is a science teacher in Chicago, and is participating in Letters to a Pre-Scientist for the second year. Here, she discusses the importance
Some members of the class of students that participated in the inaugural year of Letters to a Pre-Scientist in 2010 have now entered college! Meet
Each year, we ask the teachers hosting Letters to a Pre-Scientist to each write a blog post, to give the rest of the LPS community some insight