April 28, 2018; 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
Health Museum Houston
CSTEM Challenge is a highly motivating competition that engages students in multi-age groups to collaboratively identify, design, and build innovative solutions to 8 different Challenge modules (Debate, Robotics, Innovation, Computer Programming, Sculpture, Mural, Film, & Photography) that are designed by industry professionals and national standards-aligned project-based learning activities, thus demonstrating the impact of teacher training on student learning and student performance in a STEM competition environment. The 2018 CSTEM Challenge theme is Living Smarter: Powering a Sustainable and Productive Future in which students will focus on the careful management of our current resources as well as the utilization of alternative energy sources for future improvements to our global environment.
Come out and see all of the innovative projects created by the C-STEMer’s at the Health Museum!
For information on entering or questions, please email Valerie Leverett.
Local Houston area winning students will be recognized at the international CSTEM Challenge competition awards ceremony, receive awards at Energy Day on October 20, 2018.