Southeastern MA STEM Network

Easton Scientist-Teacher Partnership Program is March 23, 9-1, at Stonehill

Science from Scientists' Scientist-Teacher Partnership Program is designed to help elementary and middle school teachers feel more comfortable preparing and leading hands-on science activities by providing guidance, resources, and time to incorporate field-tested lessons into existing curricula. In the March 23 workshop, participants will learn how to use the 5E Model of Teaching, how to teach a Science from Scientists lesson, and will be given time to reflect on how these tools can be integrated into the classroom. This workshop is FREE but registration is required - deadline to register is February 28. Click here for more information and to register today.

Cape Cod STEM Network

Teacher Resources Available 
We continue to curate excellent high-quality STEM materials in our lending library. We have FREE kits available for loan on wind power, simple machines, engineering, and electrical circuits for a range of K-12 grades for both in and out-of-school educators. Please contact Bridget Burger at for more information.

Teachers-in-Residence Program enters its fourth year
We will be hosting the Teachers-in-Residence externship program again this year. K-12 educators receive a stipend to immerse with a STEM-rich institution in our region, and then create a curriculum unit based on their experience. Interested teachers can sign up here. Space is limited, so don't wait to register!

Vex Robotics Scrimmage April 27
We are holding the first official Cape & Islands region scrimmage at the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire on April 27 at Mashpee Middle & High School. Mashpee HS has received a regional grant for 25 new robotics teams across the Cape & Islands. We are proud to be the event partner for this effort! Come to show your support, or you can register a team to compete at :

STEM Mentors Program launching March 2019
Are you a STEM professional? Do you have an hour a month to share your career experience with an aspiring STEM college student? We are launching a new mentoring program for 4Cs students-- and we are looking for mentors willing to help. Sign up today at Please help spread the word!

Darwin Day in Bridgewater 2/15

The Darwin Day celebration taking place throughout February 15 on the campus of Bridgewater State University.

The keynote lecture by the Canadian parasitologist and evolutionary biologist Dan Riskin will be delivered at 7:00 p.m. in the Moakley Auditorium.

Additionally, two faculty members will be sharing their research and answering the question "What's it like to be an evolutionary biologist?" -- Caitlin Fisher-Reid at 8:00 a.m. and Ellen Ingmanson at 10:00 a.m., both in Dana Mohler-Faria Science and Mathematics Center Room. And there will be information booths and poster displays in the first floor and second floor atriums of the Center throughout the day.

The event is free and open to the public. For further information, visit:


TUESDAY, MARCH 12th 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM



Get ready for a night of innovation, creativity, and hands-on learning! Join us for the second annual “Blue STEAM Ahead” event, which will incorporate community activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. hosted by ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Please consider joining us. We are inviting several local organizations and businesses to join Attleboro Public Schools in facilitating a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics) activity or even hosting a table that describes how your organization supports public education. All grade levels of students, parents, and community members will be invited to attend. We want you! For more information, please contact Tami LaFleur: 508.222.0012 x1281