In partnership with Ina Heafitz, we are thrilled to announce that EiE professional development and STEM classroom resources are being used to support the teachers and students of Hope Girls and Boys School in Arusha, Tanzania.
EiE Resources for Teachers | Profiles | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Engineering in Elementary STEM Education | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Tuesday, April 27
At Hays STEAM Academy in Odessa, Texas, the 4th Grade teacher combines EiE units with real-world cultural examples to empower her students to experiment with engineering.Sheryl Garcia has been an educator for 13 years and loves finding new resources to engage her learners. Ms Garcia also works hard to ensure her learners are getting innovative and proven lessons to help them develop core STEM skills and the courage to try them on their own.
EiE Resources for Teachers | Profiles | Implementing EiE | Professional Development | Engineering in Elementary STEM Education | STEM Implementation | EiE Ambassador | Tuesday, April 6
At the Atlantic Shores Christian School in Chesapeake, VA, the STEM Academy and Lab teacher is sharing her passion for EiE’s hands-on lessons, one class at a time.
Enrollment: 750 School Type: Private Grades: Pre-K - 12
Out-of-School time | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Engineering is Elementary | STEM Implementation | Wednesday, March 17
Making decisions for summer school programs isn’t always easy - it can be challenging to know if a resource or activity will give you and your learners what you need for summer success. This summer, more than ever, students need extra opportunities to expand skills, collaborate and have fun - some of what they missed throughout this year. We’ve identified a few current STEM trends to let you know what is popular - and effective - this summer!
EiE Resources for Teachers | EiE Teaching Tips | Engineering is Elementary | Engineering Design Process | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | STEM Implementation | Friday, November 27
One of the core elements we consider when designing STEM activities for our learners is the Engineering Design Process, or EDP. The process is a set of steps that guide us - or any professional engineer, scientist or mathematician - through solving a problem. But what do each of the steps really mean?