As educators, we know your time is already at a premium, and opportunities for professional growth don’t always come at the best time. To make things more manageable and put you in control of your professional learning, check out this list of easy ways to improve your practice this year, on your schedule!
Early Childhood STEM Education | Classroom Organization | Profiles | Implementing EiE | Engineering for All | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Wednesday, January 25
Recently, one of our expert educators spent months coordinating with educators in Paris and Lebanon to bring EiE® units to classrooms in Beirut — that had an “impact beyond expectations,” according to educators there.
Out-of-School time | EiE Resources for Teachers | Professional Development | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Tuesday, January 11
Calling all educators! Are you looking for a STEM learning community? Collaboration? Professional development opportunities and resources from a trusted group of educators? Have you considered becoming an EiE Ambassador? Join our global professional learning community - today's a great day to check it out — for free!
Early Childhood STEM Education | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Thursday, October 21
EiE Ambassadors are educators and administrators who connect, share, and support one another to enrich their knowledge and application of STEM and computer science pedagogy and instructional practices. We’re talking to our Ambassadors about their plans for the next school year and asking for their insight to share with you!
Profiles | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Engineering in Elementary STEM Education | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Friday, June 4
Ishika Nag, a sophomore at Oviedo High School, in Oviedo, Florida, is becoming the go-to youth engineering organizer in her community. With help from EiE, she just hosted her first STEM camp with elementary and middle school students across Florida, as well as a few out-of-state participants.