Take your students on a field trip to the future. Add a biochemist to your contacts.
Over more than 30 years, TAME has built a strong network of K-12 teachers, higher education partners, and corporate partners who share concerns, ideas, and resources with the goal of strengthening the education-to-employment pipeline in Texas.
Register your TAME Club today!
From the Panhandle to the Valley, all across Texas, TAME teachers and their students are reaching for the stars -- and the laboratories, the board rooms, and even the White House. By joining TAME, teachers across Texas gain access to a wealth of classroom activities and professional development opportunities and connect their students and communities to exciting opportunities in STEM fields. Learn more about free TAME Club Registration below.
TAME Club Rosters
New this year! TAME Club Sponsors have the ability to log in online to see a real-time roster for the students who have registered in their club. (Due to privacy regulations, this information is only available to the TAME Club Sponsor. )
Teacher Resources for Grades K-12
Want lemon batteries, magnetic slime, and more great ideas? Whether you need instructions for growing stalagmites, more than 500 engineering activity ideas, or information about STEM role models, TAME curates fresh, exciting content on a range of STEM-related topics for K-12 classrooms.
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Teacher Resources for Grades 3-8
Help your students learn more about science, technology, and engineering on TAME's Play site. Organized into five areas, Aerodynamics, Biotech, Energy, Space and Weather, TAME.org/Play features everything from games and jokes to 360° virtual reality videos to help students see themselves in a STEM career.
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Teacher Resources for Grades 6-12
TAME appreciates the value of hard work and practice in success. To help our students better prepare for our annual STEM Competitions, TAME provides practice tests, Kahoots! quizes, past Engineering Design Challenges, and advice on competing like a scientist.
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