Make the most of summer school this year with extended learning opportunities that focus on more than just repeating content. As we return to the classroom, it’s so important to plan to address the academic and social impacts of the last year.
EiE Teaching Tips | EiE Research Results | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Tuesday, April 13
While there is no singular solution to providing equitable, high-quality learning experiences for our youngest learners, we do know that by supporting proactive policies, professional development, and selecting research-based STEM curricula, we can better prepare the next generation of problem solvers. But with preschool program enrollment declines ranging from 15% to 41% during the 2020-2021 pandemic school year according to the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER), how can we continue to bridge the gaps caused from these inequitable learning opportunities?
EiE Resources for Teachers | Profiles | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Engineering in Elementary STEM Education | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Tuesday, April 6
At the Atlantic Shores Christian School in Chesapeake, VA, the STEM Academy and Lab teacher is sharing her passion for EiE’s hands-on lessons, one class at a time.
Enrollment: 750 School Type: Private Grades: Pre-K - 12
EiE Teaching Tips | EiE Research Results | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Thursday, April 1
At EiE, we know you need more than a basic curriculum to meet the diverse needs and interests of your students. That’s why we’ve developed our Computer Science Essentials units for grades 1-5. Bring together engineering, science, computer science and math with units specially designed for maximum impact.
Assessment | EiE Teaching Tips | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Tuesday, March 30
As educators, we’re always looking for ways to measure our learners’ success beyond test scores. In Computer Science, it can be especially difficult to differentiate between students just using computers and students actually understanding fundamental concepts. When you evaluate your students’ CS proficiency, remember to take these things into consideration: