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Engineering Habits of Mind | EiE Resources for Teachers | Early Childhood STEM Education | EiE Teaching Tips | Professional Development | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Wee Engineer | EiE for Kindergarten | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Social Emotional Learning | Tuesday, June 21

EiE Resources to Promote Social Emotional Learning

At EiE® we are committed to supporting the entire learning process, from the academic subject itself to the emotional skills needed to prepare students for the world ahead of them.

Early Childhood STEM Education | Implementing EiE | Wee Engineer | Preschool | Pre-K | Early Engineering | Kindergarten | EiE for Kindergarten | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | Thursday, March 17

Spark a Lifelong Love of STEM!

Anyone, even young children, can be engineers. With EiE®’s Wee Engineer and EiE for Kindergarten units, you can foster young learners’ creativity and put them on a problem solving path before they reach elementary school.

Early Childhood STEM Education | Wee Engineer | Early Engineering | EiE for Kindergarten | Tuesday, January 22

Introduction to Early Childhood STEM: Building the Foundation

Want to integrate STEM into your Preschool or Kindergarten? Our free email course will help you get started. Our introductory course, Early Childhood STEM: Building the Foundation, was designed to work into your busy schedule, allowing you to learn at your own pace. In this course we provide an overview of STEM in early childhood: what it is, how kids learn it, and how STEM benefits your youngest learners. If you want to help your students become confident STEM learners, it’s easier than you think to start early. 

Early Childhood STEM Education | Wee Engineer | Early Engineering | EiE for Kindergarten | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Tuesday, December 11

How do you empower problem-solving in early childhood?

Do you want to learn how to channel young learners’ curiosity and creativity into structured problem solving? It’s a common misconception (and fear) that in order to implement and teach engineering at the early childhood level, you need to to be an expert. That is not the case! You just need to be passionate, curious, and willing to become a facilitator of student learning and growth. Watch our recent edWeb webinar. 

Wee Engineer | Preschool | Pre-K | Kindergarten | EiE for Kindergarten | Engineering Activities | Monday, July 22

Engineering with Preschoolers and Kindergartners: See it In Action!

Young learners are natural engineers, ready to innovate and eager to explore the world around them. Extending our curricula offerings to the youngest learners and creating an engineering design process for the preschool classroom seemed like a natural next step for EiE. Our newest curricula, Wee Engineer and EiE for Kindergarten, are picking up press  With our recent feature in T.H.E. Journal, we were reminded how much we couldn’t have created our newest offerings without our closest collaborators: educators! Every EiE unit undergoes multiple rounds of pilot testing to ensure that educators can implement engineering with ease. Our pilot educators teach in a variety of settings and have varying levels of experience with engineering. With their feedback and guidance, we’ve learned so much about how to design hands-on engineering activities for preschoolers and kindergartners. Hear from these passionate educators, download free sample lessons from Wee Engineer and EiE for Kindergarten, and create a generation of problem solvers.

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