The one-hour, national family learning event.
For K-8 children and a parent or guardian.
Any Tuesday in October.
OCT. 4, 9PM ET | 6PM PT *** OCT. 18, 7PM ET | 4PM PT
OCT. 11, 8PM ET | 5PM PT *** OCT. 25, 6PM ET | 3PM PT
The 2022 Ethics and Leadership Conference: Should We Hack Humanity?
What:The 2022 Ethics and Leadership Conference: Should We Hack Humanity? A day of presentations and demonstrations by experts in AI and biotech, small-group student conversations facilitated by tech-industry professionals, and opportunities to connect with students from across NC. The day will be hosted byNoelle Silver Russell, founder of the AI Leadership Institute.
Conference Theme: Ideas that were the stuff of science fiction a generation ago are shaping reality today. Just because we can harness the potential of technology, does that mean we always should? Artificial intelligence can be used to reduce car accidents, make surgeries safer, and prevent acts of violence. What about the consequences for fairness, privacy, and democracy?
Who: High school students (grades 9-12) interested in exploring the ethical use of Artificial Intelligence
When: October 31, 2022 from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Registration is now open, space is limited.
Where: The Durham Campus of the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
The North Carolina Science Teachers Association is seeking motivated, energetic individuals willing to make a difference by assuming a leadership role in promoting best educational practices and professional development for North Carolina Science Educators.
Nominations are open for President Elect, Treasurer, and District Directors for districts 1, 3, 5, and 7.
Click here to download the duties, responsibilities and eligibility requirements of the district directors. Click to download the duties, responsibilities and eligibility of treasurer and president-elect.
Click here to submit your nomination. Self-nomination is welcome.
Deadline for nominations is September 24, 2022.
Bring Real-World STEM to Your Classroom with eCYBERMISSION!
eCYBERMISSION is a free, virtual STEM competition for 6th-9th grade students that promotes teamwork, self-discovery, and the real-life applications of STEM. Students work in teams of two to four, with the help of an adult Team Advisor, to choose a problem in their community to explore with science or solve with engineering. Registration is now open, click the link below to learn more and register today!
eCYBERMISSION is completely free, completely online, and completely fun! As a Team Advisor, you assist your teams in choosing a problem in their community to explore with science or solve with engineering. With eCYBERMISSION, your students will experience STEM firsthand, work on team building, and compete for state, regional, and national awards that may be used for future education. eCYBERMISSION students have applied for and received patents, expanded their projects into businesses, and even become the first ever TIME’s “Kid of the Year”.
eCYBERMISSION is Made for Classrooms like Yours
eCYBERMISSION was designed with educators in mind. Our Team Advisor Help Center is full of free resources like lesson plans, video lessons, rubrics, timelines, and activity sheets that make including eCYBERMISSION in your classroom, school, or program simple and easy. You’ll be supported throughout the process by our eCYBERMISSION staff, and your students will have access to our CyberGuide mentors, real scientists and engineers that provide technical support. eCYBERMISSION supports Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core connections, and various state connections.
eCYBERMISSION Mini-Grant Program
The eCYBERMISSION Mini-Grant program provides funding to support educators as they implement eCYBERMISSION into their classrooms and schools. Applying is easy via our three-step, online application process, which includes:
1. Your contact and school information
2. Your anticipated number of students
3. Your goals for the grant
There are no application essays and applying takes less than ten minutes. The grant value is based on the number of students who complete registration and submit projects, as well as selection criteria, and comes in the form of two payments. The first payment goes to the school to assist with the cost of project supplies and the second payment goes to the Team Advisor as a coaching stipend.