Accelerate STEM Learning

New Flexible learning solutions accelerate STEM. Anytime. Anywhere. Explore Virtual Learning Solutions

Engineering is Elementary® 2nd Edition

Create access, ensure equity. New print and digital Educator Resources designed for today’s diverse classroom. Explore 2nd Edition Units

STEM Beyond School Webinar Series

30-minute webinars designed for families and educators to support learning at home. Browse Webinars & Register

Science Matters

Now more than ever, everyone needs access to science. Help us continue to provide access to world-class STEM experiences by making a gift to The MOS Fund today. Make a Gift

In-School Curriculum Products

Wee Engineer, Preschool EiE for Kindergarten Engineering is Elementary, Grades 1-5

Afterschool Curriculum Products

Engineering Adventures, Afterschool, Grades 3-5 Engineering Everywhere, Afterschool, Grades 6-8


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...
 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. ...


Seven Key Considerations for Hands-on and Virtual STEM Learning
Posted by EiE Team on 6/24/20 5:34 PM
On June 23rd, members of our leadership team, Jill Olson and Heather Gunsallus, hosted an incredible webinar for STEM educators on edWeb. Their presentation, Hands-on and Virtual: STEM Learning...
Let's Stand Together: Resources for Talking about Anti-racism
Posted by EiE Team on 6/08/20 11:59 AM
Equity and access are more than pillars of our curriculum; they are our calls to action. As educators and parents, there is more we all can do to bring awareness of anti-racism in our communities,...
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EiE is an excellent inquiry-based STEM curriculum that teaches students thinking and reasoning skills needed for success. Built around the engineering design process, EiE teaches kids how to solve problems systematically . . . creating skills, optimism, and attitudes important for their futures. Life is not multiple choice.

Laura J. Bottomley, Ph.D, Director, The Engineering Place
North Carolina State University