This booklet encompasses the full array of services offered by Grand Canyon University for K-12 schools. It is a testament to GCU’s continuing commitment to serving not only schools, but the educators, students,… read more →
Published by Baylor University’s online EdD program this resource includes information on how starting STEM education at a young age can impact critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. Guidelines are… read more →
The Simple Dollar’s newly published guide to free STEM and computer science classes. They’ve created a resource that provides a list of the top online computer science classes and advice… read more →
A list of 20 engineering games and projects for school-age youth.
While not possible to capture every innovative STEM learning story across the country, these articles seek to capture the breadth and depth of the work happening in states and communities and provide powerful testimonials that help make the case for more quality afterschool STEM programs.
As part of EiE’s new Cisco-supported Digital Profession Development Initiative (above), the EiE team is creating EiE Webinars that introduce classroom and afterschool educators to K-8 engineering education. The first webinar in the series, “Introduction to Engineering for Out-of-School-Time Programs,” is now available.
This 45-minute, on-demand session is a great way to jumpstart your knowledge of EiE’s Engineering Adventures and Engineering Everywhere curricula. Watch it and share it!
The Walking Classroom is a national award-winning education program that provides students and teachers with an innovative way to get exercise without sacrificing instructional time. The nonprofit program’s “Walk, Listen, and Learn” methodology capitalizes on the favorable link between exercise and cognitive function.
They’ve released a new podcast series highlighting science careers, available for free without the Walking Classroom Kits. Download the free podcasts and lesson plans from their site based on the person and their career. Walk, listen and learn about various career possibilities.