EiE - Museum of Science, Boston

EiE - Museum of Science, Boston EiE designs engineering curricular materials, resources and teacher professional development to help create a generation of problem solvers.
EiE is an award-winning program of the Museum of Science. Our research-based, hands-on engineering curricula (Pre-K-8) introduce learners to the engineering design process and create a generation of problem solvers. We design our engineering curricular materials, resources, and teacher professional development to best innovate for the reality of today’s educational landscape. EiE engages all learners and empowers students and educators to discover their inner engineer.
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06/05/2020
Engineering Everywhere Special Report: Vertical Farms

#Biodiversity2020
Join @EiE_org and @UN to learn about fields of #engineering that help save the environment! Tag and share a pic/video with us about what you learn! #eieinspired
Field 3: #AgriculturalEngineering
https://hubs.ly/H0r3MSB0

Youth will explore food production problems related to population growth. They will then engineer a model vertical farm as a potential solution to current fo...

06/04/2020
Engineering Everywhere Special Report: Biotextiles

#Biodiversity2020
Join @EiE_org and @UN to learn about fields of #engineering that help save the environment! Tag and share a pic/video with us about what you learn! #eieinspired
Field 2: #MaterialsEngineering
https://hubs.ly/H0r3L7_0

Plants and animals have amazing ways of protecting and defending themselves, which can inspire engineers to design new technologies. Youth participating in t...

06/03/2020
Engineering Everywhere Special Report: Bioplastics

#Biodiversity2020
Join @EiE_org and @UN to learn about fields of #engineering that help save the environment! Tag and share a pic/video with us about what you learn! #eieinspired
Field 1: #BiochemicalEngineering
https://hubs.ly/H0r3MRS0

When plastic items are thrown in the trash, they can quickly pile up in landfills and create a big mess! Use your chemical engineering skills to explore prob...

Try engineering as a family at home or on the go! Download free activities and use the steps of the Engineering Design P...
06/01/2020
Families and STEM Events

Try engineering as a family at home or on the go! Download free activities and use the steps of the Engineering Design Process to design a unique solution to a problem, together as a family.
https://hubs.ly/H0q-pjL0

Hands-on, research-based activities promote collaborative problem-solving, and build confidence in families’ understanding of the STEM disciplines. Designed for families with children ages 4-11. Activities are free.

Join EiE - Museum of Science, Boston for another week of fun and learning with the #STEMBeyondSchool webinar series!🖥️Ex...
05/31/2020

Join EiE - Museum of Science, Boston for another week of fun and learning with the #STEMBeyondSchool webinar series!
🖥️Exploring Computers (June 1)
🌬️ Designing Parachutes STEM Week Challenge (May 28 to June 3)
🚀 Citizen Science: How to Participate in Real Scientific Studies from Home (June 3)
Register now! https://hubs.ly/H0qXkmG0

📲Allow your students to see themselves as the next generation of problem solvers in your #remotelearning environment. Vi...
05/30/2020

📲Allow your students to see themselves as the next generation of problem solvers in your #remotelearning environment. Visit https://hubs.ly/H0qXjnq0 to get your #STEM resources and individual student material kits today, or email [email protected] to connect with the EiE team! #EiEinspired

Computers are everywhere! But what are they? Join us June 1st at 2pm ET! #STEMbeyondschool #webinarhttps://hubs.ly/H0qXg...
05/29/2020
Exploring Computers

Computers are everywhere! But what are they? Join us June 1st at 2pm ET! #STEMbeyondschool #webinar
https://hubs.ly/H0qXgJ70

Kids will explore characteristics of computers and apply this knowledge by identifying computer parts around the house.

Join the #STEMBeyondSchool Weekly STEM Challenge- Designing a Parachute!1. Check Museum of Science, Boston page...
05/28/2020

Join the #STEMBeyondSchool Weekly STEM Challenge- Designing a Parachute!
1. Check Museum of Science, Boston page on Thursday for the Challenge launch, then begin #engineering.
2. Post submissions to the Museum of Science, Boston page Wednesday.
3. Submissions highlighted live on Thursday.
https://hubs.ly/H0qXjpD0

05/28/2020

🌏 Engineering Adventures flexible curricula guides all learners, grades 3-5, through an exploration of Engineering Adventures through the lens of the dynamic brother and sister duo, India and Jacob. As they visit locations around the world India and Jacob observe various problems.

Visit https://hubs.ly/H0qL73Y0 to get your #STEM resources and individual student material kits today, or email [email protected] to connect with the EiE team! #EiEinspired

Attention Parents, Caregivers, Educators, Students Grades 6+ Join the Museum of Science, Boston Planetarium team as they...
05/26/2020
How to Explore the Universe with WorldWide Telescope

Attention Parents, Caregivers, Educators, Students Grades 6+
Join the Museum of Science, Boston Planetarium team as they share "How to Explore the Universe with WorldWide Telescope (app)" during Wednesday (5/27) #STEMBeyondSchool webinar and see the universe like never before! Register at https://hubs.ly/H0qRjKx0

WorldWide Telescope is a FREE application that allows users to visually navigate a 3D Universe.

One hour until... the @EiE_org and @museumofscience #STEMBeyondSchool webinar🍞 Biotech Is All Around MeTuesday, May 26, ...
05/26/2020
Biotech is All Around Me

One hour until... the @EiE_org and @museumofscience #STEMBeyondSchool webinar
🍞 Biotech Is All Around Me
Tuesday, May 26, 2:00 - 2:30pm ET
Register now: https://hubs.ly/H0qLcR80

Explore what biotechnology is and how to find it all around us.

Middle School Teachers, pause your scrolling! ⏸️🌏 Engineering Everywhere flexible curricula guides all learners, grades ...
05/23/2020
EiE Virtual Learning Hub

Middle School Teachers, pause your scrolling! ⏸️
🌏 Engineering Everywhere flexible curricula guides all learners, grades 6-8, through an exploration of engineering challenges as they build agency in self-identification as a problem solver, critical thinker, and engineer VIRTUALLY! Engineering Everywhere Special Reports set the context of the unit through interviews of a diverse representation of engineers working in the field. Learn more at https://hubs.ly/H0qLn180

Curiosity. Imagination. Collaboration. Bring STEM Learning to Life. Solving food scarcity. Preventing viral outbreaks. Designing eco-friendly cities. How do you prepare future -ready learners to think, design, build and solve for the real-world challenges ahead?  

Join the #STEMBeyondSchool Weekly STEM Challenge!1. Check Museum of Science, Boston page on Thursday for the Ch...
05/20/2020
Weekly STEM Challenge

Join the #STEMBeyondSchool Weekly STEM Challenge!
1. Check Museum of Science, Boston page on Thursday for the Challenge launch, then begin #engineering!
2. Post submissions to the Museum of Science, Boston page Wednesday!
3. Submissions will be highlighted via live webinars on Thursday!
🏘️ Thursday, May 14 to Thursday, May 21: Engineer a Floating House
🏆 Thursday, May 21 to Thursday, May 28: Trophy Triathalon
Register to participate: https://hubs.ly/H0qCJQf0

New STEM Challenges are launched weekly on Thursday via Facebook and highlighted in our series.

Museum of Science, Boston
05/20/2020

Museum of Science, Boston

If you've completed this fun STEM activity, Floating Houses, post a photo of your work in the comments below. If you haven't yet, there's still time before our live webinar tomorrow @ 2:00 pm where our Museum Educators will discuss the challenge and may even share your work, live! Register for the webinar here, http://ow.ly/19TS50zGaXX. Find the activity here, http://ow.ly/d8ey50zGaXY

ONE HOUR until the launch of EiE - Museum of Science, Boston and Museum of Science, Boston #STEMBeyondSchool webinar 🌎Go...
05/19/2020
Go Green! Engineering Recycled Racers

ONE HOUR until the launch of EiE - Museum of Science, Boston and Museum of Science, Boston #STEMBeyondSchool webinar
🌎Go Green! Engineering Recycled Racers
Tuesday, May 19, 2:00 - 2:30PM ET
Register now: https://hubs.ly/H0qCF0K0

Learn about green engineering as you create a race vehicle using recycled materials.

Join us for this three part #STEMBeyondSchool series beginning 5/20, 2:00PM ET! 🚀Building a Space Mission: Free Space Mi...
05/19/2020
Building a Space Mission: Free Space Mission Engineering Modules

Join us for this three part #STEMBeyondSchool series beginning 5/20, 2:00PM ET!
🚀Building a Space Mission: Free Space Mission Engineering Modules
Learn about the Hubble Space Telescope, how it was launched with a flawed mirror, and how that flaw was repaired...
Learn more and register at: https://hubs.ly/H0qCWYV0

Discover FREE materials from the Charles Hayden Planetarium to learn about some of the challenges of designing a space mission.

One hour until... 🍞 Exploring BioBuilder Museum of Science, Boston #STEMBeyondSchool webinarMonday, May 18 2:00 - 2:30pm...
05/18/2020
Exploring BioBuilder

One hour until... 🍞 Exploring BioBuilder
Museum of Science, Boston #STEMBeyondSchool webinar
Monday, May 18 2:00 - 2:30pm ET
Register now: https://hubs.ly/H0qCwxX0

Created by an award-winning team at MIT, BioBuilder offers new ways to teach, learn, and explore cutting-edge science and engineering.

Join EiE - Museum of Science, Boston for another week of fun and learning with the #STEMBeyondSchool webinar series!🍞  B...
05/18/2020
EiE® | Museum of Science, Boston

Join EiE - Museum of Science, Boston for another week of fun and learning with the #STEMBeyondSchool webinar series!
🍞 Biotech Is All Around Me
🍞 Exploring BioBuilder
🌎 Go Green! Engineering Recycled Racers
🚀 Building a Space Mission!
Register now! https://hubs.ly/H0qCN7M0

EiE® is the award-winning curriculum division of the Museum of Science, Boston. Our research-based, hands-on PreK-8 STEM curricula introduce learners to the engineering design process and create the next generation of problem solvers. Our in-school, after school, families and STEM nights programs e...

Engineering Adventures (G3-5) and Engineering Everywhere (G6-8) activities immerse all learners in global, phenomenon-ba...
05/15/2020
EiE Virtual Learning Hub

Engineering Adventures (G3-5) and Engineering Everywhere (G6-8) activities immerse all learners in global, phenomenon-based engineering design challenges from the comfort and safety of their own homes.
Visit https://hubs.ly/H0qzl_T0 to allow your students to:
⭐ explore various science topics virtually,
⭐ engage in design thinking with individual material kits, and
⭐ have the opportunity to succeed (or learn from failure) in engineering challenges.

Curiosity. Imagination. Collaboration. Bring STEM Learning to Life. Solving food scarcity. Preventing viral outbreaks. Designing eco-friendly cities. How do you prepare future -ready learners to think, design, build and solve for the real-world challenges ahead?  

04/13/2020

Join us for our STEM Beyond School Webinar Series!
30-minute webinars designed for families and educators to support learning at home.

Try engineering as a family at home or on the go! Download free activities and use the steps of the Engineering Design P...
03/20/2020
Families and STEM Events

Try engineering as a family at home or on the go! Download free activities and use the steps of the Engineering Design Process to design a unique solution to a problem, together as a family.
https://hubs.ly/H0nLh2t0

Hands-on, research-based activities promote collaborative problem-solving, and build confidence in families’ understanding of the STEM disciplines. Designed for families with children ages 4-11. Activities are free.

Ready for a fun in-home learning challenge?Pose this question in the image below to your child or student. Ask them to m...
03/17/2020

Ready for a fun in-home learning challenge?
Pose this question in the image below to your child or student. Ask them to make a drawing or write a sentence. Take a picture of their results and share with us. #EiEinspired. Ready. Set. Go!

Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year from all of us at EiE. We look forward to sharing many exciting new project...
12/28/2019
Happy Holidays from EiE

Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year from all of us at EiE. We look forward to sharing many exciting new projects with you in 2020! Get a sneak peek at what's coming up on our blog. https://hubs.ly/H0mlT3J0

Happy holidays from EiE! We're featuring a few highlights from 2019 and a look ahead at 2020.

Are you creating memorable classroom moments with EiE? Whether you're making real world connections to issues in your co...
11/15/2019

Are you creating memorable classroom moments with EiE? Whether you're making real world connections to issues in your community, inviting STEM professionals into your classroom to inspire your students, or integrating engineering into other subject areas, we'd love to hear your story! #EiEinspired

Want to close out 2019 with a PD experience that one attendee called "the best professional training I've had in 20 year...
11/07/2019
Teacher Educator Institute December 2019

Want to close out 2019 with a PD experience that one attendee called "the best professional training I've had in 20 years of teaching”? Secure your spot in our December Teacher Educator Institute today! https://hubs.ly/H0lHLN80

If you’re a professional development provider, this workshop prepares you to facilitate EiE professional development workshops for teachers in your school, district, or state. Like all EiE workshops, our Teacher Educator Institute is hands-on and learner-driven. You’ll develop a deep understandi...

When you let students' interests guide you, you might be amazed at what happens next. We sat down with Ogden Preparatory...
10/31/2019
Letting Learners Take the Lead: 3 Ways to Foster Problem Solving in Your Classroom

When you let students' interests guide you, you might be amazed at what happens next. We sat down with Ogden Preparatory Academy educator Camie Walker to learn how she uses units from Engineering Adventures and Engineering Everywhere to create an inclusive classroom environment that fosters creative thinking and global activism. https://hubs.ly/H0lzC8B0

A Utah educator uses EiE's flexible curricula to foster an interactive, hands-on environment that prioritizes global awareness and empathy.

10/25/2019
Engineering Everywhere Special Report: Outbreak Alert!

#MassSTEMWeek is all about promoting local STEM education and employment opportunities. When creating our Special Report videos, we've had the opportunity to work with some of Massachusetts's most innovative STEM institutions to show learners how STEM professionals solve problems in the real world. Check out this video about fighting viral outbreaks, featuring Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital. #SeeYourselfInSTEM #EiEInspired https://hubs.ly/H0lsVL-0

In a world where we are more connected than ever, diseases can spread rapidly! Youth will become biomedical engineers as they explore how to prepare for outb...

What have John Pearl and Diane Lehman of Battle Ground Elementary School learned after a decade of championing EiE? Read...
10/17/2019
Creating a Culture of Problem Solving in Battle Ground, Indiana

What have John Pearl and Diane Lehman of Battle Ground Elementary School learned after a decade of championing EiE? Read their insights about the value of problem solving, helping kids cope with failure, and creating "aha moments"! https://blog.eie.org/creating-a-culture-of-problem-solving-in-battle-ground-indiana

Learn how a principal and 5th grade teacher from Battle Ground Elementary School in Indiana created a culture of problem solving throughout their school.

"Engineering provides an opportunity for students to develop agency and independence, which can in turn lead to innovati...
10/07/2019

"Engineering provides an opportunity for students to develop agency and independence, which can in turn lead to innovation.” Learn more about how engineering can help you develop these skills in your young learners in this month's Science & Children, a publication from National Science Teaching Association #STEMforAll #EiEInspired
https://hubs.ly/H0l543D0

Do you have children age 4-11? We’re seeking families who are interested in engaging in STEM activities together to pilo...
10/01/2019
Apply to test a new family-focused engineering activity

Do you have children age 4-11? We’re seeking families who are interested in engaging in STEM activities together to pilot a new activity from EiE Families. This activity is designed to develop your child’s STEM identity and encourage families to collaborate and communicate as a problem-solving team. If you're interested in this opportunity, or if you know someone who would be a great fit, apply today or pass it along. https://hubs.ly/H0l0T6F0

Apply to test a new family-focused engineering activity

One of the most powerful ways you can help kids envision themselves as engineers is to present them with role models tha...
09/20/2019
3 Engineering Role Models to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

One of the most powerful ways you can help kids envision themselves as engineers is to present them with role models that they can identify with. This Hispanic Heritage Month, we're spotlighting three Hispanic engineers who broke barriers and used technology to shape the world around them. https://hubs.ly/H0kSrZ-0

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with 3 trailblazing Hispanic engineers who broke barriers and changed their communities with STEM.

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My grandson Joel got straight A's and of course I am proud. But a proud moment came yesterday in the middle of the assembly, I sat down with him for a little bit... he leaned over and whispered to me, "Nanna, I am working on (can't remember exactly xyz) in Minecraft … I am at the IMPROVE stage." I taught his 2nd grade class Engineering is Elementary's Bubble Bonanza last week! That meant so much to me!!! GO Engineering Design Process!!!
My fourth graders are rocking the "An Alarming Idea"!
Our engineers love EIE parachutes!!
Young engineers designing windmills! EIE Curriculum is fun for students, easy for teachers! Thank you Dr. Cunningham! ❤️👏🏻 #NMUSD