Partnership Launched

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We’re excited to be partnering with Education Outside to help pilot our Earth Innovators program. Education Outside advances science education and environmental literacy by teaching outdoors in public schools, sparking children’s interest in science and connecting them to the natural world through hands-on learning in school gardens. With the help…

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Director Sam Stier to lead activities at BioFest 2016

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Director Sam Stier will lead 400 middle school students and train over 50 educators in bio-inspired design activities at this year’s BioFest, the two-day festival hosted by the Tolfree Foundation in West Branch, Michigan. This year’s BioFest combines National Geographic’s BioBlitz with “BioVation”, an exploration of Nature-inspired solutions to benefit life on Earth.

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Engineering Inspired by Nature curriculum wins major award

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Engineering Inspired by Nature, our engineering curriculum for middle and high school students, was awarded a “Top Product of 2015” from District Administration Magazine, the most widely read publication of education administration professionals. They received over 2,000 entries this year. You can learn more at www.districtadministration.com.

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Online PD Successful

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This summer (2015), we experimented with an online, synchronous, 5 day, 40 hr professional development course on Engineering Inspired by Nature, and it was a success! With over 50 applicants, ten selected educators participated in the course from across the United States. These educators will begin teaching EIbN to their students this…

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