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Tuesday, March 19

Will we see you at the NSTA national conference?

The EiE team is hitting the road to attend the NSTA (National Science Teachers Association) National Conference in St. Louis from April 11-14! We’ll have fun, hands-on activities at our booth, two engaging sessions to immerse attendees in engineering challenges, an exciting raffle for free PD, and plenty of chances to meet with members of the EiE team. Will you be attending the conference this year? Read on to learn more about our schedule and be sure to stop by booth #1739 and say hello!

Afterschool/Summer Camp | Friday, February 15

Visit EiE at Beyond School Hours 2019!

From February 20-22, the EiE team will be at the Beyond School Hours conference in Atlanta. We're excited to meet with the out-of-school and afterschool community and share some of our new resources with you! Join us for one of our sessions or stop by booth #310 to enter our raffle for an educator guide, chat with our team, and try your hand at engineering earthquake-resistant buildings.

Early Childhood STEM Education | Wee Engineer | Early Engineering | EiE for Kindergarten | Tuesday, January 22

Introduction to Early Childhood STEM: Building the Foundation

Want to integrate STEM into your Preschool or Kindergarten? Our free email course will help you get started. Our introductory course, Early Childhood STEM: Building the Foundation, was designed to work into your busy schedule, allowing you to learn at your own pace. In this course we provide an overview of STEM in early childhood: what it is, how kids learn it, and how STEM benefits your youngest learners. If you want to help your students become confident STEM learners, it’s easier than you think to start early. 

Early Childhood STEM Education | Wee Engineer | Early Engineering | EiE for Kindergarten | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Tuesday, December 11

How do you empower problem-solving in early childhood?

Do you want to learn how to channel young learners’ curiosity and creativity into structured problem solving? It’s a common misconception (and fear) that in order to implement and teach engineering at the early childhood level, you need to to be an expert. That is not the case! You just need to be passionate, curious, and willing to become a facilitator of student learning and growth. Watch our recent edWeb webinar. 

Engineering and English Language Arts | Engineering for All | Thursday, December 6

Have you taught engineering to English Learners?

The EiE team is committed to making engineering accessible to all students, including the fastest-growing student population in the U.S. in the last decade—English Learners. It’s why we offer Spanish translations of storybooks, family letters, and student handouts for every unit of Engineering is Elementary! We're interested in understanding the experiences of educators who teach engineering to groups that include English learners. If you teach, or have taught, engineering to English learners, we would love to hear from you. We value your insights!

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