Excellent STEM Education

 
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Innovative & Inspiring

Hands-On Curriculum

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Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts are vital to kids' learning development. Einstein Project's units give kids the tools they need for success in the modern world.

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Educator Training Options

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We strive to always be innovative. Given the changing needs in the classroom, we continuously evaluate and assess our training programs. Our goal is to create professional, relevant, and engaging experiences in the virtual world and in a hands-on way.

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Online Catalog

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Our online ordering system, the Educator Portal, allows educators, administrators and community STEM organizations an easy way to learn about our science and engineering unit options and to lease them.  The Educator Portal also provides educators with additional resources to enhance the units' curriculum and student's learning experience.

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Partnerships

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One of our goals is to connect with other community organizations, businesses, and schools to provide the best hands-on STEM education opportunities. Through the power of partnerships, we can use the limited resource available and still continue to have a large impact. Together, we are developing skilled employees, critical thinkers, and problem solvers as well as inspired and engaged citizens. Join our Greater Green Bay STEM Network today!

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Today’s students.
Tomorrow’s leaders.

 
 
 
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A leader in Stem Education

Dedicated to creating a pipeline of talented future employees.

Companies and businesses are asking for talented employees that have critical thinking skills, problem solving capabilities, and good communication techniques. Our hands-on materials and curriculum not only promote quality learning in science, technology, engineering, and math; but they also help develop student's soft skills.

20%

US jobs require a higher level of knowledge in a Stem Field*

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