Giving Robotics a Whirl with the 2020-21 TCEA Robotics Contest

2020 has been quite a year. Everything has been turned topsy-turvy,  flip-flopped, and upended. So just to keep things going, let’s add the TCEA robotics […]

Remembering Microsoft Internet Explorer (1995–2021)

Last month, Microsoft announced that it would no longer support the Internet Explorer browser beginning in 2021. Once the dominant way to access the web, […]

The Big List of Remote Learning STEAM Resources

Looking for ways to integrate effective, engaging STEM and STEAM education in remote learning? There are many ways to lead fun and functional lessons at […]

The Legacy of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

July 20th marks the 51st anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, the first human exploration of Earth’s Moon. On the occasion of Neil Armstrong’s […]

Celebrate National Forest Week

July 13–19 is National Forest Week, an annual celebration of America’s national forests. Now administered by the U.S. Forest Service, national forests were established during […]

The Simulation Game Designed to Save the World

Simulations, games, role playing activities, and more have been a part of education from the beginning. Sometime games can help students focus on a task […]

Launching a STEM Academy

National trends show the STEM job market is increasing exponentially. Students, however, are not always prepared to pursue those careers. In Lewisville ISD (LISD), our […]

Celebrate National American Eagle Day

Celebrate the United States’ national symbol on National American Eagle Day. June 20th is the day to set aside to raise awareness about the bald […]

Working through the Challenges of Virtual STEM: A State-of-the-Art Discussion

Learning is at a crossroads, and the decisions we make today may well set the course for the coming years in educational instruction. In this Learning […]

Free STEM Curriculum Distance Learning Resources

Distance learning is a crazy time for many, but we can celebrate the way various companies are offering very cool and engaging tools, resources, and […]

Teaching Students About Artificial Intelligence

Though the term “artificial intelligence” (AI) can be traced back to the 1950’s, it really didn’t start getting much traction until recently. Before we talk […]

Remarkable Remote Learning: 3D Design Contest

In March, TCEA made the difficult decision to cancel its 2020 State Computer Science and Robotics contests and turn its 3D Design Contest into a […]

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