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Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision AwardsEntry is free and easy! Enter Now!
Challenge today's young minds to create tomorrow's world.
Your students will invent the future. They'll discover new, improved technologies and scientific advancements that will create tomorrow's world. As an ExploraVision coach, you inspire them to make these breakthroughs.

Jumpstart your students' imaginations by encouraging them to compete in the ExploraVision Awards competition. and integrate the competition into your curriculum.

Sponsored by Toshiba and administered by the National Science Teachers Association, the ExploraVision competition gives students in grades K - 12 the chance to create their own visions of the future. It's a challenging but rewarding contest in which student teams select and research a current technology, and then explore what it could be like 20 years from now. Research topics can blend in with your syllabus, enhancing your students' grasp of your material and helping you meet classroom goals.

Members of the four first-place teams will each receive a $10,000 U.S. Savings Bond and an expenses-paid trip to Washington, DC to be recognized for their achievements. Four second-place teams will also receive $5,000 savings bonds. Big thinking and big stakes those are great reasons for your students to start imagining the future.

Click here to get more information and register your team(s).

- The ExploraVision Team
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Arlington, VA 22201-3000

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