Creating Next Generation Scientists with ExploraVision
Do your students have a vision for the future? Then they might be motivated to enter the 23rd Annual Toshiba/NSTA annual ExploraVision competition. Through problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills, this K-12 science competition encourages students to imagine and explore a vision of a technology 20 years into the future. To help explain what ExploraVision is and how to participate, we welcome Arthur Eisenkraft (Professor of Science Education at the University of Massachusetts Boston and ExploraVision judge) and Acacia McKenna (Director of Science Education Competitions at the National Science Teachers Association) to the show. Listen now to find out how you can help communicate this opportunity and inspire your students to participate in ExploraVision today!
Projects are due on February 1st, 2016.
- February 1 – Projects Due
- March 1 – Regional Winners Announced
- April 26 – National Winners Announced
- June 8–11 – ExploraVision Awards Weekend
- Download an ExploraVision brochure here and register here.
- See past ExploraVision winners
- ExploraVision Prizes
- ExploraVision FAQs (Acacia McKenna on YouTube)
Connect with our guests:
- Toshiba Innovation Twitter Account: @ToshibaInnovate
- Toshiba Innovation Facebook Page
- Toshiba Innovation You Tube Channel
- Arthur Eisenkraft, Distinguished Professor of Science Education and Director of Science and Math in Context and the University of Massachusetts Boston (contact information)
What is ExploraVision?
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