As education evolves, so too does the importance of social-emotional learning (SEL) and STEM education. While seemingly different areas of focus, STEM and SEL go hand in hand to create a well-rounded learning experience for students. By incorporating STEM learning into your curriculum, you can help students develop essential SEL skills like collaboration, critical thinking, perseverance, empathy, creativity, and a growth mindset.
Out-of-School time | EiE Resources for Teachers | EiE Teaching Tips | Afterschool | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | Virtual Learning | Museum of Science | EiE Partnership | Thursday, March 9
Easy Ways to Extend Learning with EiE, MOS and Kahoot!
EiE Resources for Teachers | Early Childhood STEM Education | Classroom Organization | Profiles | EiE Teaching Tips | Implementing EiE | Engineering for All | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | Wednesday, February 8
Adapting EiE Units For Your Classroom
While we create our resources with your classroom’s success in mind, no one knows your learners like you do. That’s why we make sure our products are adaptable to suit your needs!
EiE Resources for Teachers | EiE Teaching Tips | Professional Development | STEM Implementation | Climate Change | Earth Day | Thursday, February 2
5 Ways to Effectively Bring Climate Change Teaching into your Practice
Want to teach your learners about climate change, but not sure where to start? With such an important topic that will impact the lives of our students for years to come, your climate change teaching can be both engaging and effective — and we’re here to help. Check out our top tips for expanding your skills around teaching climate topics!
EiE Resources for Teachers | EiE Teaching Tips | EiE Research Results | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Wednesday, December 21
Importance of Professional Development: A Success Story in Kitsap
“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.