Want to maximize in-school STEM learning? Find ways to make science, engineering and math lessons part of your students’ out-of-school routine. From increased attendance and graduation rates to more opportunities to develop social and emotional learning skills, the research is clear: incorporating learning time with out-of-school and family time is a sure way to set your learners up for success.
EiE Resources for Teachers | EiE Teaching Tips | EiE Research Results | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Wednesday, December 21
“The training experience was exceptional, and the best STEM training I have ever attended. As someone who did not previously consider themselves confident in teaching STEM, it has been exciting to bring this knowledge back into the classroom and share it with my colleagues.” Mackenzie Allpress, 3rd Grade: Cottonwood Elementary School, WA.
Out-of-School time | EiE Resources for Teachers | Early Childhood STEM Education | EiE Teaching Tips | EiE Research Results | Digital Storybooks | Afterschool | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Early Engineering | Engineering is Elementary | Engineering Design Process | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Engineering Activities | Computer Science | Virtual Learning | EiE for Families | EiE Families | Monday, July 11
Research has shown that direct family involvement in learning has a significant impact on a student's academic achievement and future goals. That’s why we’ve created EiE Families! Designed for families with kids ages 4 to 11, our new online experience includes at-home and on-the-go activities to support learning wherever you are. Improved accessibility features on the site like interactive read-alouds, animations, and more make learning more engaging, and fun. EiE Families also offers detailed instructions to support educators in hosting their own community STEM event.
Early Childhood STEM Education | EiE Research Results | Engineering is Elementary | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Computer Science | Virtual Learning | Thursday, March 3
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.
Out-of-School time | EiE Research Results | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Engineering for All | Engineering is Elementary | Engineering Design Process | MOS at School | Social Emotional Learning | Tuesday, December 28
As we approach year end, we’re reflecting on the resources we created in 2021 to further our mission of supporting STEM learning and looking to the future for the next hot topics in science, technology, engineering and math.