STEM Educational Resources for Schools and Teachers

Free STEM Educational Resources

Open Access STEM Resources

An ever-growing compilation of resources to support educators, particularly during the uncertain time of COVID.

Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy

STEL provides an up-to-date roadmap for classroom teachers to promote technology and engineering education program development and curriculum design

Monthly Email Newsletter

A monthly electronic newsletter packed with information and resources pertaining to STEM

Virtual Roundtable Series

An hour-long online discussion series provides an opportunity for the STEM Education Community to discuss and explore specific topics online

Awards & Scholarships

Opportunities for STEM Education to receive recognition through a variety of awards and scholarships supported by ITEEA’s Foundation


LinkEngineering is a community of educators working with PreK-12 students in classrooms or other settings. The site allows members to connect with each other and engineering education experts.

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 More Resources and Programs

Annual Conference

ITEEA’s annual conference provides an unparalleled opportunity for STEM educators to gain comprehensive professional development and networking experiences

REACH Challenge

An impactful Adaptive and Assistive Technology design thinking project for middle school, high school, and college STEM programs)

ITEEA Journals

ITEEA offers journals are targeted to those involved in integrative STEM Education, including a journal dedicated to teaching STEM at the elementary level

STEM School of Excellence

Recognizes outstanding schools for their commitment to providing a robust Integrative STEM education program 




The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Our mission is to promote technological and engineering literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and engineering and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits.
The STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™ was established in 1998 to strengthen professional development and advance technological literacy. Center initiatives are directed toward four goals: development of standards-based curricula; teacher enhancement; research concerning teaching and learning; and curriculum implementation and diffusion.