Take the Siemens Challenge and Go Green With Your Students

January 2009
NSTA Express;1/26/2009, p4
The article calls for middle school students across the U.S. to participate in the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge 2009. According to the article, the challenge aims to go green and implement environmental change in the local communities of the nation. The event covers various child-friendly activities such as virtual interactive laboratories, an eco-footprint game, and an environmental intelligence quotient (IQ) quiz.


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