Are your students the cybersecurity engineers of tomorrow?
TEAMS is an annual competition for middle and high-school students designed to help them discover their potential for engineering. The competition uses STEM and 21st-century learning skills to solve real-world engineering challenges.
The 2013 TEAMS competition benefits your students by:
- Providing a challenging, real-world based competition for middle grades and high school students
- Sparking their excitement and interest in math and science.
- Helping students experience teamwork, critical thinking and other 21st century skills through problem solving.
How TEAMS works:
- Coaches form teams of 4 to 8 middle school or high school students. Coach materials.
- Students work together on scenarios and answer multiple choice and short essay questions based on the 2013 competition theme, “Engineering A Secure Cyberspace.” Sample Questions.
- Competitions can occur at your school or at hosted sites between February 11 and March 30, 2013. Information in Coach materials.
- Awards include competition day recognition, division awards (based on the school population), and state and national awards.
- The top three teams in a state – at each level – may choose to participate in the national TEAMS competition, which will be held at the national TSA conference, June 28-July 2, 2013 in Orlando, Florida.
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