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Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME) is a nonprofit that empowers Texas students to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM).

Build your own Robot Racer, a fast, fun, easy-to-build elastic band car robot. It uses recycled tubes, bottle tops and even recycled elastic bands. - "Your First Robot" gives you the complete step-by-step instructions for 15 different easy robotics projects. #ScienceSquadComics #STEM #classroom #activities #robotics

A great collection of Culturally Responsive Teaching videos and resources and how to help students from diverse backgrounds succeed. #diversity #multicultural #teaching #success

Literary Treats For All Ages: 13 Best Illustrated Children’s Books

Role-Playing Game Upends College Lecture and Ignites Fire in Students #games #learning #geek #education #classroom #success

What happens when hundreds of Texas students are given standing desks? Scientists take notice. Pictured: A Stand2Learn standing desk and stool. #classroom #success #standing #movement #obesity #health #exercise #learning

Apps That Rise to the Top: Tested and Approved By Teachers. Educators from around the country share their 54 favorite educational apps. #digital #resources #apps #teachers #education

Report Finds Teachers Underutilize Resources for Digital Games in the Classroom--what YOU can do to find the best free games and make the most of them! #digital #games #education #social #media #pedagogy #STEM

Summer 2015 internships are going fast! BNSF Railway is offering two Ft. Worth paid internships for engineering students. With a $4000 a month salary, this internship gives you an opportunity to learn more about BNSF's efficient, safe and "green" rail network within the global supply chain. Operating one of the largest railroads in North America, BNSF will give you opportunities to develop your skills, create new ideas and even travel! #internship #Texas #STEM

Origami may be the ancient practice of folding paper into shapes, but today it can be seen at the cutting edge of theoretical #mathematics AND #technology. Robotics, advanced surgery, even solar sails in space are coming into the fold. This video from the National Science Foundation (NSF) has tons of examples to get your students fired up about the possibilities--and if they want to try it themselves, an easy hands-on activity is only a piece of paper away. #classroom #video #activity #STEM

This demonstration of aerodynamics is so simple it's genius. #STEM #classroom #activities #teacher #ideas #science #engineering

Math Textbooks Have The Best Sense Of Humor #math #humor

6 Considerations When Launching a Class Twitter Account | Edudemic #twitter #socialmedia #teacher #educator #classroom

The 14 Best Resources on the Web for STEM Educators: MIT Open Courseware, National STEM Video Game Challenge, How-to-Geek, and more! #STEM #student #classroom #teacher #resources

Latest attempt to make coding fun for kids involves rescuing a Dalek and exploring the unscreened world of Sontar. #STEM #games #whovian #coding

Chemistry Cat Electrons are in fact negative not positive. #science #humor

Ralph Waldo Emerson: "To be great is to be misunderstood." #quote #STEM #inspirations

"There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres." --Pythagoras #quote #STEM #inspirations

#316 Motivational Math Poster Motivates Students to Care About Math #math #humor