Get to Know the Texas Mobile STEM Lab

Onboard the Texas Mobile STEM Lab, students solve engineering design challenges and work cooperatively to design a product or process using model STEM activities developed by Learning Undefeated, with support from the Texas Education Agency (TEA), that integrate content knowledge aligned to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). This program is offered at no cost to the schools.

The Texas Mobile STEM Lab offers cross-curricular STEM experiences. These activities will introduce STEM to students from Kindergarten through Grade 8, and allow students to engage with the engineering design process. Learning Undefeated will provide the materials needed to complete engineering design challenges focused on brainstorming, designing, and testing. All activities focus on students designing solutions to problems, and allow for collaboration and exploration of the content.

See the Mobile Lab in Action!

Check out the Texas Mobile STEM Lab in action, as it visited Mendez Middle School in Austin, Texas this April.

COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

Participant safety is Learning Undefeated’s number one priority. Learning Undefeated aims to provide a safe learning environment for students, teachers, and all guests who participate in programs in the classroom and mobile lab. As such, we ask that you help us enforce Learning Undefeated’s Safety Rules and Regulations.

Learning Undefeated is reviewing local and state health departments and other official guidance to create protocols and procedures to operate our educational programming in a safe manner. These guidelines are not meant to supersede guidelines provided by local or state governments. Additionally, Learning Undefeated will work with schools to follow any additional protocols their school finds necessary to keep our students safe.

Each school will receive a copy of Learning Undefeated’s Mobile Laboratory Safety Plan prior to their visit.  Please contact Education Director Joe Wilkerson if you need additional information.