As we approach year end, we at EiE and the Museum of Science are reflecting on 2021. While we continue to adapt to the wide-reaching impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, we are touched by the ways our community provided for one another and continued to innovate this year.
Engineering Everywhere | museum of science | Thursday, November 25
Out-of-School time | EiE Resources for Teachers | museum of science | International Science Museum Day | Tuesday, November 9
In honor of International Science Museum Day, explore our suite of FREE, NASA-funded STEM resources for students in grades 3-8. Research-based and classroom-tested, these resources are designed to support students’ understanding of space, while helping them see themselves as capable problem solvers.
Out-of-School time | Afterschool | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Early Engineering | Engineering is Elementary | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Engineering Activities | museum of science | Thursday, October 28
This Halloween, make Spooky STEM Activities a part of your celebration to engage your learners with mini-lessons sure to be a treat! Check out these simple, spooky STEM activities to do at home with your learners and make Halloween a learning holiday!
A recent study by The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities showed us a snapshot of diversity across engineering education and a glimpse of where we’ve improved in promoting racial and gender equity — and where we have work to do.
As the 4th of July holiday rolls near and we prepare for firework shows across the country, curious minds everywhere have an opportunity to make a scientific connection to the lights in the sky! Did you know fireworks are a prime example of thermodynamics, chemistry and math? It takes a lot of STEM lessons to make those pyrotechnic shows come to life!