• STEM EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITY PORTALS

    cid:image001.png@01D4B574.7515E530Doing any STEM student or family events this upcoming month? Be sure to add them into The Connectory (www.TheConnectory.org). TheConnectory is the primary place to find STEM events and opportunities for families and students. Make sure your programs get promoted and are included. Share widely throughout your networks.   

    image004.jpg@01D4B575Have any STEM Volunteer needs coming up? Add them to Texas STEM Connections (www.TexasSTEMConnections) and get connected to STEM volunteers throughout your region and across Texas. Share about Texas STEM Connections with STEM volunteers and other STEM educators in your networks. Let’s all get STEM connected!

    STEM REGIONAL PUBLICATIONS

     
      Click on image to downdload the STEM&ME eBook publication featuring
      regional student profiles developed in partnership with
      regional institutes of higher education.  
     

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 

    Early Childhood Conference 2018 - Presentation
     
    San Benito STEAM Academy 2018 - Presentation 
     

    INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

    University of Texas Pan American - Center for STEM Excellence  
    Texas STEM Coalition Resources 
    Texas Instruments T3 Conference Presentation Resources
    Region One CTE, PBL, and Capstone Connections

    Peanuts and NASA: A 50th Anniversary Celebration

    http://ymiclassroom.com/lesson-plans/peanuts-nasa/

    Grades: Elementary (K-5), Subject Area: STEM, Space Science, Engineering, Language Arts: This spring marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10, the NASA mission that made Charlie Brown and Snoopy part of the U.S. space program when their names were used as call signs for the command and lunar landing modules. Now NASA and the Peanuts gang are teaming up again to help students explore the history of space flight and the amazing technologies NASA will use to land astronauts on Mars. With separate activity sets for grades K-2 and 3-5, this program is sure to boost your students’ STEM skills as they imagine themselves part of the Peanuts space corps!

     
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on May 16, 2019