Young Minds Imagine the Future of Science and Technology
August 3, 2016
Leading Innovation and Advancing Classroom Science Education
The world’s largest K-12 science competition attracts young, brilliant minds from around the country and Canada, all showing off their ideas on changing the future. ExploraVision challenges students to envision and communicate new technology — 20 years into the future — through collaborative brainstorming and research of current science and technology. The program was designed to allow participation by all students, at any achievement level, attending public, private or home school. Since its inception in 1992, more than 360,000 students have participated in the ExploraVision program. This fun and engaging program can inspire a lifelong love of science, technology and innovation for students and teachers alike. Tune in to encourage the young future scientist in your home!
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