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NEW YORK (PRWEB) AUGUST 27, 2020

LearningMate, a leading education technology company, announced today that the Museum of Science, Boston, one of the world’s largest science centers, has launched their online, interactive STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) curriculum products as part of its EiE® curriculum group, using LearningMate’s Frost Enterprise Learning Content Management System (LCMS).

WVU Extension Service will be offering its summer Energy Express programming to children from the comfort of their own homes, thanks to a partnership with West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

Energy Express pairs children with caring AmeriCorps members and other volunteers who work with them to improve to skills in STEM, growth mindset, reading and comprehension. Each child receives a weekly book and access to hands-on STEM activities during the six-week program.

Engineering is Elementary

 

Units from the Engineering Everywhere curriculum, traditionally taught in out-of-school time settings and classrooms throughout Arkansas, are available for families to use through Arkansas AMI. 

Engineering is Elementary

 

BOSTON, Dec. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Museum of Science, Boston and its EiE team announce a licensing partnership with Australia's National Science and Technology Centre, Questacon, that will introduce Engineering is Elementary, one of the Museum's STEM curricula programs, to primary school teachers across Australia. To kick off the agreement, the Museum recently welcomed Graham Durant, Director of Questacon, to the Museum.

Engineering is Elementary

 

The Museum of Science, Boston, one of the world’s largest science centers and New England’s most visited cultural institution, today announced that STEM Education leader Tim Ritchie, has been named President of the Museum. The appointment was officially ratified by the entire Board of Trustees earlier today following a unanimous vote of the Board’s Search Committee and a vote of the Board’s Executive Committee. Ritchie will assume his role on February 3, 2020.

Engineering is Elementary

BOSTON, MA - August 14, 2019 - Funded by a grant from NASA, the EiE program at Boston’s Museum of Science has partnered with the US Geological Survey Astrogeology Science Center and Northern Arizona University to create a new hands-on curriculum unit that engages students in engineering by challenging them to design gloves for astronauts. The new unit joins an impressive lineup of afterschool and summer curricula available through EiE, the developers of the nation’s leading PreK–8 engineering curricula.

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