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STEM Teacher Video Challenge

Back to school giving you lots of great STEM teaching ideas? Turn them into videos! Your efforts could win you an iPad®!* 
 
Hey all you awesome teachers out there! We know that back to school time can get the creative juices flowing. Do you have a great STEM teaching idea? Turn it into a video! We're inviting you to take part in the Google/WGBH Education STEM TEACHER VIDEO CHALLENGE!
 
The STEM TEACHER VIDEO CHALLENGE is a video challenge seeking creative STEM teaching solutions in the form of short videos for classroom or teacher use. The Massachusetts revised STE standards are an adaptation of the Next Generation Science Standards, and adopting the standards can require innovative teaching methods. Digital media is a great way to make STEM topics comes alive. WGBH Education wants to celebrate those educators with vision and creativity, through the STEM TEACHER VIDEO CHALLENGE!

To enter simply submit a 3-5 minute video showcasing a STEM concept or teaching method. What creative ways have YOU found to teach new standards or to shed new light on a topic? How many times have you asked your students to think outside the box? Now it's YOUR turn! 
 
Once you have created your video, upload it to YouTube, then email the link to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at WGBH with "STEM Video Challenge" in the subject line. You can even tweet your entry. Simply follow @WGBH_Edu on Twitter and use the hashtag #STEMVidChallenge. 
 
And now for the important stuff - Prizes! 
  • *iPad or document camera for winners (up to 3 will be selected) 
  • Google Play app card for ALL entries
  • Winning videos may also be featured on PBS LearningMedia
The challenge, sponsored by Google and WGBH Education, runs through February 1, 2015. Not a STEM educator? Please forward this email to a colleague or staff member. 

We hope you send in a video entry! How do you stand out as a STEM educator? Show us what you've got!