New Website launches to boost teen enthusiasm for science

10/13/2013 12:00:00 AM

Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) and 3M have launched, a new online and mobile destination offering STEM resources for teens.

Developed to address declining student interest in STEM, Sparticl invites teens into a community of learning, where they can contribute to the content collection as they learn from it. A free, online and mobile destination for STEM, Sparticl features articles, videos, games, and hands-on activities from hundreds of sites, vetted by a team of experts. Teens can rank content, comment on it, share it on social media and recommend new content, while earning points and status.


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