Resources for Teachers

Program Poster for Your Classroom/School

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High School Crab Boat Engineering Challenge

Please visit our Crab Boat Engineering Challenge webpage

In-service Workshops Offered at UMES

To Be Announced

Middle School Engineering Competition

Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) is a national engineering design competition sponsored by the Technology Student Association (TSA). During this three hour competition, students apply math and science knowledge to solve authentic engineering challenges and discover their potential for engineering. The format consists of students completing an essay (submitted prior to the event), a 40 question multiple choice test, and a hands-on design/build challenge. Each year the theme for the competition is focused on the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges. This event provides a great opportunity to increase interest in STEM at your school, help students develop critical problem solving skills, and discover their potential for engineering! More information about the event can be found at the TEAMS website.

Exemplar Integrative STEM Education Lesson Plans

*Developed by our graduate students

Wind Turbines (Elementary & Middle School)

*Ms. Pamela G. South: Somerset Intermediate School – Westover, MD

3D Printed Solar Cars (High School)

*Mr. Larry Eberly: J.M. Tawes Technology and Career Center – Westover, MD

Raspberry Pi and Microcomputers (Middle and High School)

*Mr. Joel Tomlinson: UMES – Princess Anne, MD

Mini Drones (High School)

*Dr. Tyler Love and Mr. Jonathan Moore: UMES – Princess Anne, MD

Free STEM Education Resources

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