photo 2_zpsd24512a7.jpg The Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair (MSSEF) is committed to developing future thought leaders through experiences in science and engineering practices using well-proven programs and novel approaches that empower students and educators to learn in and beyond the classroom. We see a future where every student is empowered through learning in science and engineering practices.

Massachusetts Delegation to ISEF

 We are wishing the best of luck to the delegation of students from Massachusetts who are competing this week at the 2014 International Science and Engineering Fair taking place in Los Angeles. This photo is of our group dressed in their finest for the Opening Ceremonies.

Massachusetts STEM Summit to be Held in Worcester

This year's Massachusetts STEM Summit will move to the DCU Center in Worcester, taking place on October 22. The one day event will have the theme of "Gateway to the Future". Looking to continue to address the concerns of business looking to grow in STEM industries which also need qualified workers to fill those jobs.

New Science Education Tools Debuted

Boston recently hosted the National Science Teachers Association annual meeting, which drew nearly 10,000 attendees. Dominating themes of the event included Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) becoming curricula, elementary-level science education, and developing and maintaining student interest in STEM topics.

Mass Insight Education Celebrates 22 Teachers for Excellence

On April 17 at the Boston Museum of Science, 22 teachers from around Massachusetts were recognized in the second annual Mass Insight Education awards for excellence.

Science Testing and Classroom Learning

According to many, the advent of the No Child Left Behind Act created an atmosphere across education of "teaching to the test." The impact of this has often meant significantly less flexibility for teachers in the classroom. This is being especially felt in science classrooms.

Sharon MA Teachers Recognized

More accolades are coming in for Massachusetts based STEM educators. Today we are pleased to highlight the achievements of four women from Sharon who were recently honored with other colleagues from around New England at an event at Boston's Museum of Science in late March.

Two New England Educators Honored for STEM Teaching

On April 4, seven teachers were recognized with awards for innovative techniques in using data collecting with handheld technology in their classrooms, including two New England based teachers. Representing elementary through college education levels, these educators are raising the bar for STEM in the classroom.

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