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Junior Solar Sprint Competition for Middle Grades
The U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) has partnered with the North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF) to present the Junior Solar Sprint (JSS) competition. This free online competition will use Minecraft: Education Edition with 5th-8th grade students to create the fastest, most interesting, and best crafted solar-vehicle possible. Students will learn the basics of solar energy, physics and movement in vehicles; engineering design principles; and STEM skills like collaboration and communication from working in teams. Additionally, students will build technology and computer skills. Register your team today.
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STEAM Power Workshop for Educators!
Pacific Science Center proudly partners with Museum of Pop Culture and the Gates Foundation to bring teachers STEAM Power, a day dedicated to inspiring and supporting educators in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) on March 12.
Take part in three virtual workshops that tap into museum content through activities and approaches you can use in your classroom. Hear from our two keynote speakers from Bristol Myers Squibb, Dr. Teresa (Teri) Foy, Ph.D. and Dr. Anne Gillies, Ph.D.
See more details on our website and register: pacificsciencecenter.org/schools/steampower
What is Google Arts & Culture? Teaching Tips and Tricks
Google Arts & Culture is a free online portal to real-world art, culture, and historical collections. So rather than charter a bus, get permission slips, or board a balloon with Jackie Chan, you can visit and explore the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens in New York, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Acropolis in Greece, Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, and the Tokyo National Museum, all in one day without leaving the comfort of your classroom. Did we mention it’s FREE?
Source: Tech & Learning Newsletter 3.4.22
Our Beautiful Planet
Our Beautiful Planet is a series of compelling 5-7 minute science films, highlighting the cutting-edge research that climate scientists are doing to solve some of the world's most pressing issues.
NSTA, The Climate Initiative, and Kikim Media have partnered to launch these films and this collection of classroom-ready lesson plans that highlight the science and engineering practices scientists use to explain the phenomenon of climate change.
Source: National Science Teaching Association's Newsletter 3.2.2022