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Tools for Success.

Here you'll find everything you need to implement ExploraVision in your classroom successfully. Download all the tools you need and then watch your students as they discover their love for science.

As a special teacher prize, the top 26 teachers who submit more than 26 eligible online entries will receive a technology/science-related gift.

Tell your school about ExploraVision!

Click here to register your team!

Sample Projects

See what a completed project looks like so you know what's expected of you and your students.

Project Checklist

Learn exactly what you need to do to complete a project from start to finish.

Classroom Schedules

Get sample timelines to help your students complete their projects before the deadline.

Lesson Plans

Here you'll find everything you need to implement ExploraVision and make it a seamless and welcome addition to your curriculum.

Ambassador Network and Conference Program

Learn all about Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision through a network of successful coaches and opportunities to meet ExploraVision experts. Hear from past winners to learn about their experiences and what they did right and how they incorporate in their classroom.

Recruit Students

Download promotional ExploraVision posters and classroom handouts to recruit students for your team.

Motivating Your Team

Find the tips you need to get your students excited about ExploraVision and make sure they get the most out of this rewarding program.

Classroom Tips: Elementary | Junior High | High School

Learn from the experiences of ExploraVision teachers and get the inside information on how to make ExploraVision work in your classroom.

Watch FAQ video to engage your classroom with ExploraVision:
ExploraVision’s Most Frequently Asked Questions.

ClassroomTips | Skype a Scientist

Tap into the Skype a Scientist program resource, which gives scientists and students in k-12 classrooms the opportunity to connect via video chat in for a 30 to 60 minute session, in a Q&A-style format.

Confused about something? Ask an ExploraVision expert