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Presidential STEM Teaching Award

music graphic from Dec 2011 ASEE Prism Nominate an outstanding K-6 mathematics, science, or computer science teacher for the 2018 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Nominations are due April 1, with applications due May 1.

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Paid Summer Research for STEM Teachers

RET for Notre DameThe National Science Foundation’s Engineering Directorate sponsors paid summer research experiences for teachers (RET) at university labs across the country. Studies show that these authentic, hands-on experiences can have profound effects on teacher effectiveness and student learning. Apply today!

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Injured Eagle Lands New Beak

Beauty and the BeakChildren’s literature is full of memorable wildlife adventure stories, but Deborah Lee Rose and Jane Veltkamp’s Beauty and the Beak may be the first to feature engineers and their role in outfitting an injured eagle with a 3-D printed prosthetic beak. A free education guide with standards-based STEM, STEAM, and literacy lessons accompanies the book, winner of the 2018 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books.

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Siemens Possibility Grant for STEM Teachers

Smithsonian STEM fair mosaicHow would you fab your lab if your school received $10,000? The Siemens Possibility Grant Sweepstakes offers one lucky school a chance to buy equipment and technology for STEM students. Enter by April 27, 2018.

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NGSS Website Gets Update

NGSS logoThe Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) website just got an upgrade, with teacher-vetted examples of quality lessons, clearer navigation system, and parent guides in Spanish.

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Computer Science Resources

computer graphicTo help teachers and students as young as six explore the rewarding fields of computer science and engineering, eGFI has compiled this list of activities, free online courses, computer animations, and other resources.

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Elementary Special Ed Engineering Pilot

EiE logoEngineering is Elementary is seeking EiE teachers to pilot resources being developed to increase accessibility for students who receive special education services and/or are English Learners. Participants will receive a $350 stipend for providing feedback. Apply by September 1, 2017.

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Free, Personalized AP Prep for Teachers

Khan Academy and College Board logoA “personalized assistant” for your classroom is how David Coleman, president of the College Board, described a new partnership with the nonprofit Khan Academy to create free online Advanced Placement test-preparation and course materials for teachers and students in every AP subject.

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Visit ASEE @ NSTA STEM Forum July 12-14!

NSTA STEM Forum logoReal-time arctic research and a new teacher-proven tool for embedding engineering into your courses are among the ASEE presentations at NSTA’s annual STEM Forum & Expo in Orlando July 12 to 14. Join us!

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