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:
Engineering for All | Funding | STEM Funding | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Dream Big | Tuesday, January 26
The Museum of Science and EiE are committed to closing the STEM opportunity gap for girls, students of color, and students from rural and low socioeconomic backgrounds. As part of that commitment, we have a full-time team dedicated to building partnerships and seeking funding to support under-resourced schools and community organizations.
Out-of-School time | Professional Development | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Wednesday, January 20
EiE Resources for Teachers | EiE Teaching Tips | Professional Development | Engineering for All | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Virtual Learning | Monday, December 28
While we know 2020 wasn’t what anyone expected, the EiE team was honored to support our community of learners and partner with educators to meet the changing needs this year. Designing hands-on experiences that bring the joy of STEM discovery to educators, students, and families is our mission and privilege. This year, we’re proud to have brought you:
Engineering for All | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Thursday, December 10
As part of our commitment to increasing diversity in STEM, we’re examining representation of female students in STEM education and career fields. Looking at retention and advancement rates for women and girls in various specialized fields and degree paths, we’ve seen some areas for improvement as well as some amazing strides toward equity in science, technology engineering and math.