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Archives for November 2015
The Reach Center at Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance (MMSA), in an effort to help teachers and parents be better informed on opportunities for youth, has created a directory of Maine STEM competitions and challenges. This particular document (available soon) – lists those challenges and competitions that are judged and have culminating events here… [Read More]
The Next Generation WeatherBlur Project is an evolving online learning community for students (grades K-8), teachers, scientists, fishermen, and interested community members to explore the local impacts of weather and climate in coastal communities. The WB learning community uses online technologies to participate in an evolving set of co-created citizen science projects, deeply authentic real-world… [Read More]
The first cohort of Maine teachers implementing the Exploring Computer Science curriculum in their classrooms as part of a 3-year National Science Foundation grant met again on Saturday, November 7, to continue working with the MMSA team on this exciting project. “Building Capacity for Computer Science Teaching in a Rural State” is both the title… [Read More]
Maine Mathematics and Science Alliances Reach Center, The Jackson Laboratory, and the Maine STEM Council brought together a diverse set of business and research organizations to broaden the impact of the Maine State Science Fair.