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Friday, May 24

Engineering in Early Education: Sign Up for a Parent Webinar

Children are natural engineers — and encouraging their skills early is essential. It might seem intimidating, but engineering is simply using math and science — and creativity — to build technology that solves problems. Engineering gives very young kids that confidence they need to believe they can make a difference. How can parents engage their kids in engineering? What does age-appropriate engineering look like? EiE and Bright Horizons are partnering together to host a parent-friendly webinar, Engineering in Early Education, to answer those questions and more!

STEM Funding | Tuesday, April 2

STEM Funding Made Easy with DonorsChoose.org

Looking for more EiE units for your end of school learning or summer programs? Thanks to generous support from the Overdeck Family Foundation, select Engineering Adventures and Engineering Everywhere units will receive a 3X donation match on DonorsChoose.org for a limited time. Read on to learn more about this exciting offer, and to find out which units are eligible!

Thursday, April 4

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 PD giveaway, 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 Engineering | Friday, January 25

STEM Education at the Earliest Levels Will Improve Science Achievement in our Schools

This week, the Boston Foundation released a sobering study that analyzed the state of STEM education in Boston’s elementary, middle, and high schools. “Getting It Right: Progress and Problems in Raising Science Achievement in Boston” looked closely at student achievement on the MCAS Science and Technology/Engineering tests and compared Boston’s students to those in the rest of the state in the grade-level mastery of science.

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