Supporting Innovation & Excellence in Maine’s Educators

Connect with fellow Maine educators, discuss challenges, share resources, and solve problems together using EnGiNE!


What is EnGiNE?

Developed by the Maine Department of Education as part of the RREV initiative, EnGiNE is an online hub designed to engage innovation in education across Maine. With a growing library of curriculum resources, professional learning modules, and tools for collaboration, EnGiNE empowers Maine educators to share and develop creative solutions to 21st-century learning challenges.

EnGiNE provides educators with a unique platform: one where professional theory meets real-world practice to drive stronger outcomes for learners all across Maine.


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Innovation by Maine Educators, for Maine Students

A hallmark of the EnGiNE experience, Communities of Practice (COPs) connect Maine educators with shared challenges and complementary areas of expertise. COP members from Aroostook to York can build networks around practice areas and learner needs in which to share resources, exchange ideas, pilot programs, and implement innovative solutions alongside their peers.

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About RREV

Rethinking Responsive Education Ventures (RREV) is an initiative of the Maine Department of Education funded through the US Department of Education's Rethink K–12 Education models.

RREV aims to bolster Maine educators' creative efforts to support students with agile, effective, and resilient learning experiences that improve outcomes for all students.

RREV supports strategies and approaches designed to create, implement, and take to scale field-initiated educational models for responsive learning, defined as student-centered educational or instructional programming that occurs within or outside of the classroom.

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The RREV program forges a powerful partnership between Maine’s institutions of higher education and the state’s PreK–12 educators, allowing us to share tools and systems that empower teachers and administrators to transform the student experience.
Renee Kelly
Vice President of Innovation and Economic Development at the University of Maine
This course has been really helpful to have you prepared to pitch ideas to students or to other teachers, to parents, administrators, or school board members, and to be prepared to answer all the questions that will come at you.
Travis Tierney
Mt. Blue Regional High School
We learned really quickly that a lot of kids in Maine don’t know how to be outside. Outdoor learning will look different at every grade level because there are so many variables. The make up of a classroom will affect what we do and how we do it.
Elizabeth Clarke
Principal of Agnes Gray elementary school in MSAD 17
I’m grateful for RREV because these are conversations I wouldn’t even be having if I didn’t have the opportunity to think about innovation and big picture.
Helena Adams
Science teacher at Cheverus High School
RREV has given the Brewer School Department permission to dream bigger on behalf of our students. We want to go where the students lead us, and for some that means remote learning while remaining a vital part of our school family.
Gregg Palmer
Superintendent of Brewer School District

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