6th grade TAME student Ethan Garcia launches an airship in the Engineering Design Challenge at TAME’s 30th State Math and Science Competition, while a Lockheed Martin Engineer judges the design’s performance and teammates from Beaumont, Amarillo, and West Texas look on in excitement.
Eleven TAME Students from the Capital Area Chapter were recently recognized for their First Place achievements at the 2015 TAME State Math and Science Competition (now known as STEM competitions) at Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth. Read the full story on Round Rock ISD’s blog.
If you think this challenge looks like fun, you’re in luck! For the first time, TAME has released the competition documents for our State Engineering Team Design Challenge. Download them here, group your students into teams and have them assign roles like real engineers, then follow our instructions in a timed competition.
For full State Competition results and to see how other competitors stepped up to the challenge, click here.
By Lindsey Carmichael, May 27, 2015.