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Nov
19
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Mary B. Austin Elementary 150 Provident Ln Mobile, AL 36608
3:15-4:15
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Going
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding. Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today. EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders. Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

E.T Belsaw-Mount Vernon School 1650 Gartman Circle Mount Vernon, AL 36560
3:00-4:00
Dec
4
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Breitling Elementary
2:45-4:00
On
Going
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding. Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today. EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders. Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Elsie Collier Elementary School 601 Snow Road North Mobile, AL 36608
3:15-4:15
Nov
18
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

W C Griggs Elementary School 6001 Union Church Rd Mobile, AL 36619
Nov
18
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Kate Shepard Elementary 3980 Burma Rd Mobile, AL 36693
3:00-4:00
Dec
2
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Kate Shepard Elementary 3980 Burma Rd Mobile, AL 36693
3:00-4:00
Dec
2
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Kate Shepard Elementary School 3980 Burma Rd Mobile, AL 36693
3:00-4:00
Nov
20
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding.
Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today.

EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders.

Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Maryvale Elementary 1901 N Maryvale St Mobile, AL 36605
3:15-4:15
On
Going
With Mobile Area Education Foundation

Engaging Youth Through Engineering (EYE) is a workforce and economic development initiative created to bring relevance to the K-12 mathematics and science curriculum. The goal of EYE is to inspire, engage and prepare students to make educational choices that prepare them to meet the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for major industries located in the Mobile area, including aerospace and shipbuilding. Students use the Engineering Design Process to apply mathematics and science to solve relevant problems in the classroom and produce the technology and products needed in the world today. EYE clubs offer engineering curriculum to fourth- and fifth-graders at Mobile County schools. EYE clubs use the Boston Museum of Science “Engineering is Elementary” units and are led by trained teacher leaders. Volunteers have been an integral part of our program as “extra pairs of hands” for our EYE teachers as they implement the units. Volunteers are needed to share their experience with engineering and what types of problems engineers solve. Another important volunteer role is monitoring teams as they work on their design challenge, including making sure students are following directions, completing their tasks and working together as a team. It is important to ask questions that help students think about their challenge without telling them how to solve it. Our teachers have repeatedly expressed how much they appreciate the involvement of our business volunteers.

Meadowlake Elementary School 8251 Three Notch-Kroner Road Mobile, AL 36619
3:00-4:00