NASA and Texas Instruments Team up to Support STEM Education

TI Education Technology and NASA have developed programs that promote STEM-focused lessons for students and teachers in middle and high school.
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Texas Instruments and NASA are partnering to show students how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) make feats like space exploration possible with mISSion imaginaTIon. 

TI Education Technology and NASA have developed programs that promote STEM-focused lessons for students and teachers in middle and high school. Launching today, the mISSion imaginaTIon online quiz allows participants to see if they have what it takes for a year-long mission aboard the International Space Station. After discovering how ready they are to live in space, students can then put their STEM skills to the test with the mISSion imaginaTIon design challenge, which asks students to devise solutions to four space-related challenges.

The winner of the challenge will receive a video chat with a NASA expert, a TI-Nspire™ CX graphing calculator and other fun prizes.

Learn more at: mISSionimaginaTIon.com

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