In 1983 President Ronald Reagan declared February 11th as National Inventors’ Day, with the date chosen in honor of the birthday of Thomas Alva Edison. The United Nations deemed the same date the International Day of Women and Girls in Science in 2015 in recognition of the contributions of women to the field. Today, we’re proud to have February 11th as a celebration of STEM excellence from all inventors all over the world.
EiE Teaching Tips | Engineering Everywhere | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Day | Thursday, November 4
We know that children benefit from strong science, technology, engineering and math skills and, as we celebrate STEM Day on November 8, we’re excited to share fun and engaging activities for at-home and classroom learning.