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An Alarming Idea: Designing Alarm Circuits with Engineering is Elementary

February 20, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

The NeoStem Ecosystem is offering a professional development opportunity  for elementary school teachers who want to bring “Engineering is Elementary” to their classrooms.

The PD consists of a day-long event as well as personalized follow-up, support and networking, including two “meet-ups” to engage with relevant professionals to discuss curriculum implementation and deepen content knowledge.

Who: Elementary Teachers (grade K-5)

When: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Where: Cuyahoga County Educational Service Center

Cost: $200 per teacher

  • Participants will receive a copy of the curriculum unit ($55 value)
  • Fee supports: NEOSTEM coordination, materials/handouts, morning refreshments and lunch on February 20th as well as refreshments and food during the planned two (2) meet-ups to support implementation.

Registration: Click Here

Engineering is Elementary is a rigorously researched, classroom-tested curriculum, developed at the Museum of Science in Boston, that increases students’ interest in and confidence about engineering and fosters 21st Century Learning Skills. EiE is designed to encourage all children—including those from underrepresented groups—to envision themselves as engineers.


Alyssa Briggs, PhD
(330) 402-1016


Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County
6393 Oak Tree Blvd
Independence, OH 44131 United States
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(216) 524-3000