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Future city

Future City is an award-winning STEAM program adopted by educators like you for over 25 years. Students build 21st-century skills—problem solving, project management, and teamwork—all within an environment that fosters authentic thinking and a growth mindset.

Future City engages young minds and encourages independent thinking. It inspires non-traditional learners and challenges high achievers.

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TET Classroom
Infuse your Classroom with the Power of STEM eMentorship!
 
TryEngineering Together™ is an innovative STEM eMentorship program that fosters connections between 3rd-5th grade students in under resourced classrooms and real engineering and technology professionals in a safe online environment.
 
Teacher applications are currently being accepted for classroom grants to participate in the program, which begins in Fall 2018. 
 
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Coding wooden blocks

New to computer science? No worries.

Whether you are new to teaching computer science (CS) or have experience teaching other CS courses, the program is designed to promote growth by providing space for you to become comfortable with curricular materials, CS content, and pedagogy. Our curriculum provides a complete set of lesson plans that include inquiry-based activities, videos, assessment support, and educational tools.

The program supports teachers with diverse teaching backgrounds as they prepare to teach either of the following courses:

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eWeek poster 2017

Engineers Week 2017, 19-25 February, is a time to:

  • Celebrate how engineers make a difference in our world
  • Increase public dialogue about the need for engineers
  • Bring engineering to life for kids, educators, and parents

More than a week-long event, Engineers Week is a year-round commitment to making a difference.

Check out some of the highlights of this year's celebration: 

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Thales Arduino

Project Arduino is a competition that’s designed to give an insight into what it’s like to work at Thales. Students were asked to build their own Thales-inspired project using Arduino, and create a video to promote it. This gave them the opportunity to work with some cutting-edge technology and win some big prizes in the process. The teams featured are already through the initial stages and each represents one of the seven regions which are participating in the competition: France, UK, USA, Netherlands, Singapore and China and Hong Kong.

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model boat

IEEE Educational Activities is supporting a new social media campaign to recognize pre-university educators who have creatively implemented any of the 130+ engineering, computing, and technology lesson plans found at TryEngineering.org, TryComputing.org, or TryNano.org!

Have you used a lesson and had a great experience? Share your photos using #IEEELessonsInAction and be sure to let us know which lesson you chose!

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