Dear Friends of EiE®,
Happy 2022! Last year we faced many new and unique challenges together. This year, we’re ready to do the same. We are here to help you support your classrooms and communities with high quality, equitable STEM education.
As we start the new year, I’d like to take a moment to highlight a few free resources we’ve created to support you in your STEM and computer science teaching.
First, our ALL-NEW MOS at School programming adds a new dimension to how you can access the Museum of Science, right in your classroom or home! Created and presented by Museum educators, these programs are presented via Zoom and include standards-aligned topics from earth, space, and life sciences.
We’ve also developed new instructional resources and student activities that offer teachers quick, quality lessons to engage learners in real-world, interactive science learning. Visit Learn.EiE.org and create a free account to access lessons designed to supplement any science program.
To extend learning beyond the classroom, EiE Families provides activities to connect your school community and families with STEM. Share these fun, hands-on engineering activities for families with children ages 4 - 11 to do at home or to get help organizing a community STEM event.
We’re focusing on several key themes this year, including social emotional learning, creating and supporting inclusive STEM classrooms, computer science education for the 21st century, and of course, professional development and training. Follow us on our blog as we explore these topics, provide resources, and announce upcoming professional development opportunities.
If you’ll be attending any of the national education conferences like AASA or NSTA, be sure to look for the EiE booth! Visit us to learn more about our curricula and resources, meet the experts who support implementation and training, and pick up a free sample or two.
As we look to the year ahead, know that the EiE team is here to support you in bringing quality STEM education to you and your students.
Wishing you the best in the coming year. Cheers to 2022!
Vice President, STEM Education
PreK-8 Curricula and Professional Development