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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.

Engineering Habits of Mind | EiE Resources for Teachers | Early Childhood STEM Education | Implementing EiE | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | Social Emotional Learning | Thursday, March 10

How Can YOU Support SEL Learning?

March 11th is  #SELDay! During this international day of building bonds and re-imagining the skills taught by learning communities, we are excited to share how EiE® supports social emotional learning and how YOU can support the social and emotional lives of your learners, too!

Engineering Habits of Mind | Out-of-School time | EiE Resources for Teachers | Early Childhood STEM Education | Engineering Everywhere | Afterschool | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Wee Engineer | Early Engineering | Engineering Adventures | Engineering is Elementary | STEM Implementation | Computer Science | MOS at School | Social Emotional Learning | Friday, February 4

Summer STEM Solutions with EiE

It is never too early to start thinking about summer! This year, you can inspire excitement and curiosity for STEM with programs from EiE that get kids thinking – and acting – like engineers. 

Engineering Habits of Mind | Early Childhood STEM Education | Engineering Design Process | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Thursday, July 15

3 Ways We Use the Engineering Design Process Everyday

The Engineering Design Process was designed with elementary engineers in mind, but did you know it's useful outside the STEM classroom? When used as a problem-solving tool, the EDP process: Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve can be used for just about any question your learners come across!

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