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Engineering is Elementary

Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®) has released a series of videos to help K -12 educators understand and implement new academic standards. “EiE Video Snippets” illuminate the science and engineering practices specified in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), showing what these practices look like when young children try them in real classrooms.

Engineering is Elementary

Isabella Products, Inc. has announced a new partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Boston (BGCB) in collaboration with the Museum of Science, Boston (MOS) to provide Fable® tablets to children at the Charlestown BGC location.

The EIE Curriculum

Museum of Science vice president Christine Cunningham, Ph.D., has been recognized by IEEE, the world’s largest professional association advancing technology for the benefit of humanity, with the 2015 Educational Activities Board (EAB) Pre-University Educator Award.

Engineering is Elementary

WALTHAM, Mass., (NOVEMBER 17, 2015) — Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) has funded a $37,000 grant to help teach engineering concepts and practices to elementary school students in San Antonio, TX. The grant to the San Antonio Independent School District is part of a larger $2 million Raytheon initiative, launched in 2011, to help improve STEM education nationwide by expanding the use of Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®), an award-winning curriculum developed at the Museum of Science, Boston through its National Center for Technological Literacy® (NCTL®).

Engineering is Elementary

BOSTON, Mass.—Today, the Museum of Science, Boston announced a new initiative to bring high-quality professional development to elementary teachers at high-needs schools nationwide. The Museum is investing $200,000 to create a scholarship program that will help elementary teachers integrate engineering in their classrooms, using the award-winning Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®) curriculum, developed at the Museum's National Center for Technological Literacy® (NCTL®).

Engineering is Elementary

BOSTON, Mass. - The Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI) has selected an elementary curriculum developed at the Museum of Science, Boston for a statewide program to improve STEM education and promote educational equity.

Engineering is Elementary

Educators who are charged with integrating engineering into K-12 instruction at your school or district are invited to attend a virtual conference for teachers, STEM coordinators, and administrators nationwide on how to put the “E” back into STEM instruction.

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