For Teachers

4 STEM Resources Made for Teachers

Resources across the Internet provide teachers with tools that make it easier to provide students with engaging and exciting STEM learning experiences. With the help of the following sources, you can look through an array of activities, lesson plans, and more. Check out some of these free learning resources that you can use in your own classroom!

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The Concord Consortium 


Concord Consortium offers interactive STEM activities that you can use freely in your classroom. Browse through their collection of resources that aim toward specific learning goals within the context of a larger subject area.






National Science Digital Library


The National Science Digitial Library provides you with high-quality resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.




Resilient Educator


Resilient Educator offers STEM classroom ideas and lessons that encourage the development of creative problem-solving skills, inventive thinking, imaginative design capabilities, and obtaining a more well-rounded skill set to tackle challenges.






TryEngineering helps you add engaging engineering concepts into your curriculum. Their database of resources is peer-reviewed, with lesson plans and strategies made by teachers like you.