As part of the development of the Engineering and Computer Science Essentials curriculum, the EiE team created the EiE Habits of Mind, a list of 19 practices used by engineers and computer scientists. Today, we’ll look more closely at how this list is useful in the classroom.
EiE Resources for Teachers | Professional Development | Virtual Learning | Thursday, November 12
This week, we’re thrilled to announce that EiE is participating in the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) Engage20 Virtual Conference!
Tuesday, November 10
November 10th is International Science Museum Day! With more than 300 million guests visiting science museums each year, this day is a reminder of the universality of science and its capacity to build bridges across geographical, cultural, and religious boundaries, all while addressing common concerns, according to the Science Center World Summit.
Out-of-School time | Funding | STEM Funding | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Engineering Activities | Thursday, November 5
As part of our ongoing collaborations with NASA, we are thrilled to announce that EiE will be continuing and expanding upon our free PLANETS STEM curricula and resources.
Engineering Habits of Mind | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Tuesday, November 3
As mentioned in my previous post, Introducing the EiE Habits of Mind, our team faced several questions as we began developing Engineering and Computer Science Essentials: Should we revise our list of Engineering Habits of Mind? Should we create new Computer Science Habits of Mind? Were the two fields similar enough that they should share Habits?