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Why Teachers Use Einstein Units

The Einstein Project provides resources for the best hands-on science & engineering curriculum for elementary and middle schools in Wisconsin. Don't take our word for it... listen to what the teachers have to say.

  • Interactive units keep students engaged, leading to greater retention of concepts
  • Einstein curriculum encourages critical thinking, problem solving & scientific reasoning
  • Encourages students to think outside the box & outside the book
  • The units connect math, engineering, technology, literacy & other subjects
  • Students learn to collaborate, communicate effectively & work in teams
  • Units arrive stocked, well organized, user-friendly & ready to be taught
  • Living materials are included with the units
  • Booklists & Readers in each unit encourage students to investigate further
  • Teacher resources are provided within each unit & on the Einstein website
  • Awesome customer service by the expert Einstein Staff
  • Professional Development - Training by Einstein trainers who have used the units multiple times in the classroom, offering real life experiences. The trainings ensure that teachers become confident using the materials and teaching the science concepts in the units

News and Events

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Dine For Einstein

Support us by visiting over 20 different local restaurants for lunch and/or dinner throughout the month of October.

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STEM Expo

(Formally know as the Science Expo)
Save the Date:
Saturday, February 3, 2018 at Shopko Hall

Science Fair For Website

STEAM Fair

(Formally know as Science Fair from the Science Expo)
Save the Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018 at UWGB Union. 

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Standard Changes

Education standards are always evolving. Learn more about the new standards from the NGSS website.