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Hot Wheels Speedometry

    Hot Wheels Speedometry has been racing through Central Texas in 2015. Speedometry, is a fun, interactive and hands-on curriculum designed especially for fourth grade students to engage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). This free-to-use program is the result of collaboration between the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education and […]

April 2015 Issue of the In-Sight

The 16th issue of the In-Sight Newsletter is now available at http://www5.esc13.net/thescoop/insight/2015/04/in-this-issue-16/. Please share articles with your colleagues! Topics in this issue: Fair Use and Images In Science Education Increasing Science Literacy through Weekly Article Abstracts Let’s PLAY! Long Term English Language Learners Maintaining Student Engagement in Math Making STEM-Centered Makerspaces Work Migrant Education: The Right Measure […]

Engineering is Elementary

Looking for engaging, thought-provoking, easy-to-implement after-school, camp, extension, or in-school STEM units? Region 13 is proud to offer a series of workshops devoted to STEM at the Elementary level! Engineering is Elementary, a highly respected and award-winning program from the Boston Museum of Science, has come to Central Texas! Whether you are looking for great […]

Project-Based Learning Online Resources

There is a growing interest in STEM Edcuation (science, technology, engineering, and math) as well as Project-Based Learning as evidenced by the number of sessions at TASA Midwinter focusing on these areas. Region 13 and our collaborative project with Region 20, Transformation 2013 T-STEM Center, offer support for STEM initiatives and Project Based Learning. One […]

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