On March 31st, the award-winning curricula division of the Museum of Science in Boston announced a partnership with the Learning Innovation Catalyst (LINC) to deliver a professional development (PD) library that caters to computer science educators. By teaming up with LINC, EiE will be able to make the most of LINC’s cutting-edge professional learning and virtual coaching platform, LINCspring, to deliver a tailored professional learning experience online.
LINCspring is LINC’s research-oriented platform that supports professional learning at scale that centers around students’ needs. Its personalized approach is built on extensive research of a transformational learning model by Stanford researcher, Arnetha Ball.
"We're thrilled to partner with LINC to deliver our new asynchronous computer science course for elementary educators. I've seen firsthand how the LINCspring platform creates an environment for learner agency, engagement, and success by empowering teacher innovation. Pairing EiE's computer science curriculum and professional development with LINC's powerful learning platform provides an unmatched opportunity for elementary educators."
- EiE VP, STEM Products & Services, Heather Gunsallus
"The team at LINC couldn't be happier about our partnership with EiE, Museum of Science. Through our shared work, we will impact thousands of classrooms by supporting the professional learning of elementary school educators as they deliver critical STEM experiences. Combining the award-winning LINCspring transformational learning platform with the innovative EiE curriculum is a strategic and impactful partnership that will significantly advance STEM learning for children."
- Jason Green, co-CEO at LINC