TinkRworks’ standards-aligned supplemental STEAM program reinforces core learnings through a multidisciplinary curriculum that includes projects and individual student kits. The STEAM-X curriculum is tailored for classrooms and remote or hybrid settings.
Each year Samsung holds a national competition for public schools, grades 6–12, in which students are asked to consider how technology and STEM can be used to create change in their communities. With the help of their teachers, students can apply to the contest and compete to win up to $100,000 in prizes for their school, plus the opportunity to work with Samsung employees to develop their prototypes and pitch their idea to a panel of judges in New York City. Three National Winner schools will each receive a $100,000 prize package; 10 National Finalist schools, a $50,000 prize package; and 100 State Winner schools, a $6,500 prize package. All prize packages include Samsung products and classroom resources.
On the second Wednesday of every month, UBTECH Education offers freewebinars for educators to explore topics such as connecting STEM to other subject areas, using STEM and artificial intelligence to prepare students for the future, and utilizing the engineering design process to mold open-minded, creative students in the classroom.
The SourceAmerica IDEATE competition (formerly called the SourceAmerica Design Challenge) invites high school and college engineering students from across the country to innovate ways to improve workplace inclusion and opportunities for people with disabilities.
Twig Science Next Gen is a preK–8 STEM program built to address the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The program provides comprehensive coverage of 3D science standards through engaging hands-on and digital investigations in which students take on the roles of real-world scientists and engineers.