As computers become more ingrained in our daily lives, it’s important for everyone to understand the technology that we rely on. For learners of all ages, an understanding of computer science could help when pursuing a rewarding career, making smart purchases, or advocating for fair laws. To help you support this learning, whether you are at home or in a classroom, we’ve collected the following computer science resources.
EiE Resources for Teachers | Profiles | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | Virtual Learning | Women's History Month | Tuesday, March 1
Happy Women’s History Month! This month, we’re excited to honor the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society, especially to the fields of science, technology, engineering, math, and computer science. We are thrilled to highlight the accomplishments of those who led the way for others in their respective fields and to provide the following list of resources for learners and professionals interested in supporting women in STEM, and celebrating Women’s History month all month long.
Engineering for All | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Engineering Activities | STEM Implementation | Virtual Learning | museum of science | MOS at School | Climate Change | Thursday, February 24
Are you looking for resources to engage your students in the conversation about climate change? EiE® and the Museum of Science have partnered with leaders in industry, academia, and government to serve our community as a platform for public science learning. We’re proud to introduce all-new resources to help you and your students join the conversation about climate change, how the climate impacts us, and how we can best interact with our changing world.
Out-of-School time | Profiles | Implementing EiE | Engineering for All | Engineering in Elementary STEM Education | Engineering Everywhere | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | museum of science | Thursday, February 17
At Salemwood School in Malden, Massachusetts, yesterday, Ms. Sarah Augustyniak’s first grade class was excited to learn how Mariana Becomes a Butterfly! Thanks to the generosity of National Grid and support from the Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation, thousands of students in Malden now have access to EiE® Try It! Kits and storybooks. These resources provide hands-on science and engineering experience to encourage STEM learning outside of the classroom.
Out-of-School time | Early Childhood STEM Education | Profiles | Implementing EiE | Engineering for All | Funding | Afterschool | Engineering is Elementary | STEM Funding | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | EiE for Families | Wednesday, February 9
With National Grid’s support, we’ve partnered with charities, outreach groups and school districts to provide engaging, hands-on STEM learning kits to children across the metro region. With their help, we’re thrilled to bring our at-home engineering activities to young learners and their families across Massachusetts, including a number of students in grades K-6 who go to school at Columbus Park Elementary School in Worcester.