CRSci is the online platform for innovative, affordable, and inclusive STEM education. We provide culturally relevant curriculum, professional development, and field trip sponsorship for underrepresented students and their teachers nationwide. We believe ALL students, regardless of how they identify, deserve to see themselves in STEM, so that their engagement, achievement, and pursuit of STEM careers will increase.
Meet the minds behind CRSCI
Tamir is an experienced Instructional Coach, Science Educator, and Digital Content Creator from Atlanta, GA. He taught 11th grade physics and 8th grade physical science in Clayton County for 6 years, and has been a science Instructional Coach in Fulton County since 2019. Additionally, he has developed impressive talents in creating engaging and inclusive digital science curriculum. He is a proud undergraduate of Morehouse College and received his M.Ed. from Georgia State.
Meagan is an experienced Science Educator and Curriculum Developer from Atlanta, GA. She has data showing >10% growth in student achievement on Georgia Milestones. Using her Biology B.S. from Emory, she taught 10th grade biology in Fulton County for 4 years, and currently teaches 8th grade physical science in Atlanta Public Schools. Additionally, she is a NSF-DSPETL Teacher Fellow at Georgia State. Through this, she earned her M.A.T. in Science Education/Broad-Field Science.
Halsey is a web developer with a background in video editing and motion graphics design. She started out working with CRSci making lab videos and promotional content, eventually redesigning the website. In 2018, Halsey graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in Film and Media Studies. She recently earned a certificate in Software Engineering from the Grace Hopper Program, a course designed for women-identifying and non-binary folks looking to transition into tech.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
OMG!!! You guys are AMAZING!!! I was dying laughing at the lab safety video. You truly know our students and the video was so culturally relevant to SCIENCE.
ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
When [kids] get to middle school they tend to wean off [science] a little bit. I think this is an excellent program to keep them involved.
I homeschool my boys and I have trouble with the hard stuff like Physics. They found these videos and we love them. Please keep up the great work.