Latest Opportunities for Teachers and Students

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  • Wed, September 25, 2019 10:31 AM | Anonymous

    Deadline to apply October 23
    Solve for Tomorrow

    Celebrating our 10th anniversary, this nationwide contest is designed to boost interest and proficiency in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), and challenges public school teachers and students in grades 6-12 to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their local community. Entry period is now open -- register to start your application today.


  • Sat, September 21, 2019 8:26 AM | Anonymous

    WHEN: Tuesday, October 15, 4:00 - 5:15 PM

    REGION: Middle Tennessee

    WHERE: MTSU Tom Jackson Building, Murfreesboro

    COST: Free

    All students have the right to learn about science, technology, mathematics, and engineering in ways that are consequential and compelling to them. As research has increasingly shown that learning is centrally shaped by the interests and concerns of learners and their communities, relating STEM concepts and practices to the realities of students’ lives, generationally and culturally, is crucial. This panel will discuss why this shift in STEM learning is important from the perspective of students, communities, and society at large. Additionally, the panel will discuss what authenticity and meaningfulness looks like in STEM classrooms and other STEM learning environments enacting this ambitious vision, and how that might be different from traditional classrooms.

  • Sat, September 07, 2019 10:06 AM | Anonymous

    We are hot off the heels of the 8th annual Clean Tech Competition, and while that mean a break for some, we are already looking ahead to next year, and the last thing we want is for any eligible students to miss out! This international research and design challenge for 15-18 year old pre-university students is a prestigious educational opportunity for young scientists wherever they may study! It challenges students to be as innovative as possible as they look to create a sustainable solution to our future.

    Competition Information

    Each year, the Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition encourages scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy sources. The theme is different for each year, but the goals and guidelines are the same. 

    • Teams consist of 1-3 students, are assisted by a Team Leader (i.e. parent, teacher, or mentor), to develop a written proposal.
    • There is no entry fee.
    • First Round consists of written Paper Submissions
    • 10 Finalist Teams in each category are selected and given a $200 stipend to help them prepare a Prototype and presentation for the Finalist Event.
    • Finalists compete for the $10,000 grand prize in each category, and a ‘Continued Mentorship’ 
    • Official Competition website

    How can your students get involved?

    To help bring the Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition to your country and schools, we ask that you share information about this opportunity with students, fellow educators, and parents. There is a wealth of knowledge on our website, including information on our past competitions. We will post flyers on our website you can post around to spread awareness, and our emails are perfect to forward to interested parties. Our blog is a cache of information from a different angle as well, so keep checking back for updates as they come!


    Our event grows every year, with 2019 seeing entrees from 40 different countries, and we had six of them represented in the finals! Attendees from Zimbabwe, China, the United States, Philippines, Singapore and Italy joined us in New York City to compete against their peers for the honor of Clean Tech Winner! We are incredibly proud of this list, and would be honored if students from your area would be able to join us this year.


    If you have any questions regarding the competition details, or how to incorporate the competition into your curriculum, please contact us at the information below. We look forward to having participants representing your region in the Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition both this year, and in the years to come!


    Contact Information
    Competition Administrator: Mr. Kevin Sanders          * Email:

    ( Phone: +1-516-764-0045  : Website:

    Facebook & Twitter

    “From young minds come fresh solutions”

  • Sat, September 07, 2019 10:05 AM | Anonymous

    Founded in 2007, Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that has sent over 3000 teachers abroad on adventurous travel programs. With GEEO educators can earn professional development and graduate credit while seeing the world. GEEO's trips are 5 to 23 days in length and are designed and discounted to be interesting and affordable for teachers. In addition to amazing tour leaders, many of the programs are accompanied by university faculty that are experts on the destination. The deposit is $350 for each program and then the final payment is due 60 days before departure. From now until September 30th many of the programs are on sale for 5% off the normal price. 

    GEEO also provides teachers educational materials and the structure to help them bring their experiences into the classroom. The trips are open to all nationalities of K-12 and university educators, administrators, retired educators, as well as educators’ guests.

    GEEO is offering the following travel programs for 2020:​ Iceland, Morocco, Egypt, Qatar and Oman, Galápagos Islands, Chile and Argentina, W-Trek, Colombia, Spain, Jordan, Ethiopia, Bhutan, Portugal, Camino de Santiago, Japan, Paris to Rome, Central Europe, Vietnam and Cambodia, Multi-Stan, Peru, Southern Africa, Maldives, Bolivia, Balkans, Budapest to Bulgaria, Bangkok to Hanoi, Armenia and Georgia, Ireland, Greece, Baltics, New Zealand, and India and Nepal. The registration deadline is June 1st, but space is limited and many programs will be full well before the deadline.

    Detailed information about each trip, including itineraries, costs, travel dates, and more can be found at GEEO can be reached 7 days a week, toll-free at 1-877-600-0105 between 9 AM-9 PM EST.
  • Wed, September 04, 2019 1:35 PM | Anonymous

    The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is proud to announce a revised Web-based water-science education tool, The USGS Water Science School, where students (of any age) and adults (of any age) can learn all about water, from what it is, to where and how much there is, to the most in-depth discussions of the natural water cycle anywhere. Please pass our pages onto science teachers and any others you know interested in water-science education.

    Download our Water Science School Flyer in PDF format here

    The Water Science School offers several main topic areas:

    • Water Basics

    • Water Properties

    • Natural Water Cycle (Posters and information in over 60 languages!)

    • Surface Water

    • Groundwater

    • Water Quality

    • Water Use

    • Activity Center

    • Photo Galleries

    • Water Q&A

    • Teacher Resources

    • Water Dictionary

    Our "new and improved" Water Science School:

    If you have questions or comments, please contact:

    Tara Gross,

    Howard Perlman,

  • Sat, July 27, 2019 11:36 AM | Anonymous

    The Science Education and Partnership Award (SEPA) Link to external web site program funds innovative STEM Link to external web site and informal science ed​ucation​ ​​Link to external web site ​projects for pre-kindergarten through grade 12. By encouraging interactive partnerships between biomedical and clinical researchers and educators, schools, and other interested organizations, SEPA provides opportunities to:

    • Motivate students from underserved communities to consider careers in basic or clinical research
    • Foster professional development skills and knowledge building for science teachers
    • Improve community health literacy

    Here are free, easy-to-access, SEPA-funded resources that educators can use to engage their students in science.

  • Sat, July 27, 2019 11:33 AM | Anonymous

    Epidemiology is a fundamental population science and tries to answer questions about health-related behaviors and outcomes in populations. Epidemiologists study how health and disease are distributed in populations and the factors that influence or determine those distributions. Why does a disease develop in some people and not others? Why are some people healthier than others? The premise underlying epidemiology is that disease and health-related factors are not randomly distributed in a population. Rather, each of us has certain characteristics, life situations and habits that predispose us, or do not predispose us, to states of health and illness.

    Explore with your class!


  • Sat, July 27, 2019 11:30 AM | Anonymous

    For most of us, science arrives in our lives packaged neatly as fact. But how did it get that way?

    Science is an active process of observation and investigation. Evidence: How Do We Know What We Know? examines that process, revealing the ways in which ideas and information become knowledge and understanding.

    a case study in human origins

    In this case study in human origins, we explore how scientific evidence is being used to shape our current understanding of ourselves: What makes us human—and how did we get this way?


  • Sat, July 27, 2019 11:25 AM | Anonymous

    Our amazing professional development workshops for Nashville teachers provide fresh ideas for hands-on, low-cost lessons that help you teach standards-based science in a truly engaging way. Participants receive a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the workshop that may be used as a professional development credit at your school system’s discretion.

    We'll even provide teacher professional development workshops at the location of your choosing and will work with you to develop programming tailored to your specific curriculum needs. Workshops are limited to 30 participants per session.









  • Fri, January 11, 2019 10:59 AM | Anonymous


    This program is a 10-month online pedagogy-based professional development that focuses on the three Dimensions in the Next Generation Science Standards: Scientific Practices; Cross Cutting Concepts (especially “Cause and Effect” and “Structure and Function”), and Core Ideas (Life Sciences) and on expanding teacher skills in three major areas: 1) Updating Teacher Content and Pedagogy Knowledge; 2) Understanding the Research Process; and 3) Applying Six Star Science in the Classroom. Fellows receive stipends for completion of their online work. Online Teacher (OT) Fellows participate in a dynamic and interactive virtual learning community that focuses on exploring effective teaching strategies, understanding the research process, and enhancing classroom materials.  

    Application deadline: February 4, 2019

    More info on the program can be found at:

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