Science of Basketball

The Dallas Mavericks Science of Basketball presented by Flowserve aims to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through basketball examples.

The program involves Texas standards-based curriculum for 5th and 6th grade teachers and hands-on camps for students and teachers. During the 2019-2020 school year Dallas Mavericks Science of Basketball was implemented into 15 Dallas ISD schools.

As many teachers and parents are teaching from home the Mavericks are offering the Mavs Science of Basketball program and activities to all MFFLs.

POSTERS AND LESSON PLANS

Turn your learning space into a STEM Lab with these Sciene of Basketball posters and lessons!

FREE WEBINARS

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Learn STEM at home with fun and interactive sports activities.

TAKE A VIRTUAL STEM FIELD TRIP:

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Teacher Resources

Click the button below to enter the Science of Basketball Google Classroom.

Fill out the form below to download the Science of Basketball Curriculum.

About Flowserve:
Flowserve Corp. is one of the world’s leading providers of fluid motion and control products and services. Operating in more than 55 countries, the company produces engineered and industrial pumps, seals and valves as well as a range of related flow management services. More information about Flowserve can be obtained by visiting the company’s Web site at www.flowserve.com.


About Science of Sport:
The Science of Sport is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to developing curriculum and programming that promotes Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through sports. Programs are designed to bring math and science to life through in-school exercises and hands-on learning by providing engaging programs for students and teachers. The goal is to translate the love of sport into an appreciation, understanding, and passion of the science and mathematics underlying the sport. Through this approach, they aim to empower students who may be underperforming academically by relating core curriculum topics to their athletic strengths, capabilities, and interests. Learn more at: www.ScienceSport.org.