Contest Inspiring Students to Build a Better Tomorrow
If you are a public school teacher, enter the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest to empower students, inspire ideas, and create change. Incorporating STEAM into projects designed to help advance the interests of local communities teaches students critical thinking and, by extension, critical problem solving. Build a brighter future with STEAM by applying online by November 9, 2017, for a chance to win a share of $2 million in Samsung technology!
Meta’s Engineer for the Week (EFTW) is a free program that introduces engineering to learners (aged 11–18) historically underrepresented in STEM. Over the course of 15 to 20 hours, learners work alongside adult facilitators to build technology prototypes that address a social issue of their choice.
Microsoft Learning Center’s Hacking STEM webpage allows teachers to build affordable inquiry and project-based activities to visualize data across science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curricula.
History Adventures’ Global Pandemics is a freeapp that transports users back in time and into the lives, choices, and dilemmas faced by individuals around the globe during some of the largest-scale plagues and pandemics in history.