Cereal City Science offers a phenomenon-based K–8 science curriculum designed for the Next Generation Science Standards by integrating science, mathematics, and literacy through an interdisciplinary approach.
On the second Wednesday of every month, UBTECH Education offers freewebinars for educators to explore topics such as connecting STEM to other subject areas, using STEM and artificial intelligence to prepare students for the future, and utilizing the engineering design process to mold open-minded, creative students in the classroom.
The SourceAmerica IDEATE competition (formerly called the SourceAmerica Design Challenge) invites high school and college engineering students from across the country to innovate ways to improve workplace inclusion and opportunities for people with disabilities.
Explore Engineering and Computer Science Essentials™—a novel approach to teaching and learning engineering with computer science (CS) and computational thinking as a scaffolded, rigorous, NGSS-aligned curriculum for grades 1–5. Designed to supplement any core science program, Essentials helps meet newly adopted engineering and CS standards and prepares students to become the future workforce.