LabXchange and EiE®, the award-winning curriculum division of the Museum of Science, Boston, are collaborating to empower students and educators everywhere to discover their inner engineer. Educators can now incorporate a sampling of EiE’s research based, hands-on engineering curricula and family resources into customized online learning experiences on LabXchange, a free online learning platform created at Harvard University with support from the Amgen Foundation.
Learners and educators will have access to a suite of EiE curricular resources and online learning content from the Museum of Science, including:
Through LabXchange’s modular approach to content, educators can not only engage with these individual resources, but also incorporate them into customizable pathways aligned to specific learning goals, combining them with an additional 15,300 free, high-quality learning resources from the LabXchange library.
“The EiE and Museum of Science teams are excited to be collaborating with LabXchange. In a world where content can be found anywhere, we are thrilled to be leveraging LabXchange’s dynamic, curated platform to bring our interactive STEM content to even more educators and children worldwide.” said Heather Gunsallus, VP STEM Products & Services at EiE, Museum of Science.
LabXchange is a global science classroom open to every curious mind. Created at Harvard University with support from the Amgen Foundation, this powerful digital platform makes high-quality science education accessible, connects learning to careers, and gives everyone, everywhere, the opportunity to chart a path in science—for free. Through collaboration, personalization, and contextualization, LabXchange offers an integrated teaching and learning ecosystem in which tomorrow’s thought leaders can build knowledge, contribute unique perspectives, and engage with a diverse, global community to develop a sense of belonging.
EiE®, the award-winning curricula division of the Museum of Science, Boston, develops research-based, classroom-tested programs that empower children to become lifelong STEM learners and passionate problem solvers. Since 2003, EiE has designed PreK-8 curricula to encourage all children, including those from underrepresented groups, to see themselves as engineers. EiE’s flexible print, online and blended hands-on programs bring engineering, science and computer science together to prepare all of today’s students for a fast-paced, global, technology-savvy future.