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Engineering is Elementary

Recently 24 teachers from Harford County Public Schools spent the day engineering. Some designed a solar oven; others, a bridge; a third group mopped up an oil spill. They were at an EiE workshop made possible by a Raytheon District Scholarship.

Engineering is Elementary

WALTHAM, Mass. (Dec. 10, 2014) — Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) is awarding 36 Engineering is Elementary® (EiE) Scholarships to teachers in disadvantaged, rural, or inner-city schools across the country. Each teacher will receive $2,500 towards implementing the innovative EiE curriculum developed by the Museum of Science, Boston.

Engineering is Elementary

When Kelly Thomas became STEM Magnet Coordinator at Colbert Elementary School in Florida's Broward County Public Schools two years ago she’d never heard of EiE. “I wanted to build our program, and EiE just came up on a Google search!” she says.

Engineering is Elementary

Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®) has been named a District Administration magazine “Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product for 2014.” The annual awards program recognizes products that make a positive difference in education.

Engineering is Elementary

Fourteen Massachusetts afterschool programs will be adding hands-on engineering activities from the award-winning project Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®)  to their program offerings thanks to support from the innovative philanthropy SheGivesBoston.

Engineering is Elementary
A contract competitively awarded by the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) through project management partner IBSS Corporation is bringing the Museum of Science, Boston's Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®) to teachers and students on military bases across the United States.
Engineering is Elementary

 Educational research and curriculum development practices from the Engineering is  Elementary project will be readily available to teachers and other educators this  year. Two new books for science and engineering educators include chapters by EiE  authors describing curricula developed by the project. 

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