EUREKUS was founded by STEAM pioneers and teaching artists Monica and Tyler Aiello. For over a decade, we've worked to transform STEM teaching and learning through art, design and making. Eurekus is a result of our collaborations with NASA, artists, scientists and educators striving to empower learning and foster creative communities. As STEAM specialists for NASA, schools, colleges, libraries, museums and companies, we design innovative education and outreach programs with a focus on collective discovery. Our approach is grounded in STEAM and the Maker Movement - investigating STEM through creativity for deep, holistic and fun learning. We've personally designed, authored and tested each of our curricula with hundreds of students and hope you enjoy! - The Aiellos www.eurekus.org
Over the last decade, we've developed many arts-integrated STEM programs for formal and informal institutions nation-wide. Each year we also personally teach thousands of students and train fellow educators in effective STEAM & Maker Ed practice. From pioneering curriculum to engaging projects and innovative PD, we strive to empower learning both in and outside the traditional school setting. Our students, both youth and adults, have a blast becoming “Artist Explorers” to investigate how our world and universe works. Our programs connect-the-dots through the creative process to link STEM topics with a unique cultural and historical twist. We take a holistic approach to education - fusing STEAM, Design Thinking, PBL and Making - to engage imaginations through hands-on learning and student-led inquiry. Each of our curriculum and projects on TPT have been implemented many times with real students - tested and revised for success! We also include our many implementation tips and supply resource links gathered over years of experience.
The White House - 2015 US2020 STEM Mentoring Award Finalist; NASA & McREL International STEAM Consultants; National Center for Time & Learning/Noyce Foundation Grantee; Published in NSTA's Science & Children Journal; Featured in Sky & Telescope Magazine and Rocky Mountain PBS; Lossett Visting Professor - University of Redlands; Clyfford Still Museum Award
About the Aiellos: In the space between art and science exists the explorations of our founders, nationally acclaimed artists Tyler and Monica Aiello. The husband and wife team translate the macro and micro of the Universe into both artistic form and innovative education and public outreach initiatives. The couple works with NASA and the science community and their artwork has been presented at museums and galleries nation-wide. As award-winning teaching artists, the Aiellos are equally passionate about enriching the learning and creativity of others. They have spent their careers forging connections between the arts, sciences and communities and have pioneered innovative STEAM and Maker-oriented programs for over a decade.They consult with NASA, schools, colleges, libraries and museums exploring and learning hands-on with thousands of students of all ages. Both the Aiello's artwork and public practice initiatives have been celebrated in art, science and popular media.
PARTNERS & CLIENTS INCLUDE: NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, McREL International, Los Angeles County Office of Education, Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Public Library, Denver Public Schools, Jackson Hole Schools, Sublette County Schools-Wyoming, Education Closet, SciArt Center, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art / Denver, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Bemis School of Art, Museum of Outdoor Arts, Art Association of Jackson Hole, Mizel Museum, Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Center of Wonder, Colorado I Have a Dream Foundation, Denver University, University of Redlands, Wheaton College, Colorado State University University of Colorado Boulder, Metro State University, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, Colorado College, YMCA, Boys & Girls Club, and many K-12 schools.
Specialty, Math, Geometry, Measurement, Science, Astronomy, Earth Sciences, Environment, Social Studies - History, Arts & Music, Visual Arts, Computer Science - Technology, Geography, Physical Science, Engineering