ITEEA's STEM Center™ for Teaching and Learning (STEM CTL)

About the STEM Center™

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. 

STEM CTL™ Strategic Plan

The STEM Center's mission, vision, focal areas and organizing principles

Engineering byDesign™

Engineering byDesign™ (EbD)™ is built on the belief that the ingenuity of children is untapped, unrealized potential that, when properly motivated, will lead to the next generation of technologists, innovators, designers, and engineers.

Using constructivist models, students participating in the program learn concepts and principles in an authentic problem-/project-based environment. Through an integrative STEM environment, EbD™ uses all four STEM content areas, as well as English Language Arts, to help students understand the complexities of tomorrow.

Professional Learning

ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™ is building a community of STEM Education Leaders through face-to-face professional learning, webinars, and an online learning community, all for which prepare educators to be Integrative STEM Education professionals.


The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™ (STEM CTL™) is engaged in validating the Technology and Engineering of STEM through research that focuses on integrative STEM education and data-driven discovery.

STEM by State

ITEEA offers a state-by-state view of calendar events, local associations, and other resources. 

STEM CTL™ Product and Service Pricing

ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™ (STEM CTL™) offers access to curricula, professional learning, and other products and service at affordable, accessible rates.

6E Learning byDeSIGN

Maximizing design & inquiry in the integrative STEM classroom.