DEADLINE JANUARY 15, 2013
the past 10 years the Ecybermission challenge has increased student
literacy in STEM subjects. Register a team(s) of your students to
compete in the Ecybermission program. This competition is designed to
build real-world application skills in Science, Technology, Engineering,
and Mathematics (STEM) and meet Common Core Standards.
of 3-4 students must identify a problem in their community and then
research, hypothesize, experiment and draw conclusions to help solve it.
Teams then submit their projects to compete for state, regional and
national awards, including up to $8ooo in savings bonds (maturity
team is on hand to help. Our online resources are available to
registered Team Advisors and include sample lesson plans and information
on how the eCYBERMISSION program fits into your state's standards.
We encourage you to access more detailed information by visiting this site.
- 1. How to get started:
Form teams of 3-4 students and register here.
Team Advisers can also use the printed version of the student registration template andemail it to email@example.com or fax it to 703-243-7177.
BE SURE TO SELECT ³ NSTA: referred by NSTA State Chapter² in the drop-down box for Registration and choose AZ.
- Have each team select a Mission Challenge topic from one of the seven topic areas.
- Identify a specific community problem to solve (See examples here).
- Use the scientific method or the engineering design process to create a solution.
Extra bonus! Students who participate will actively:
- Practice decision-making
- Experiment with the scientific method
- Develop their own hypotheses and conclusions
- Engage in collaborative learning
Register at www.ecybermission.com by January 15, 2013
For more information about the program, call us a 1-866-462-9237 or email
us at firstname.lastname@example.org