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Welcome to the Careers with STEM Teacher’s Hub!

Browse below for all our STEM education themed articles and blog posts, plus teachers resources both free and available for purchase.

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What is Careers with STEM?

The Careers with STEM hub includes a quarterly magazine, posters, videos, quizzes and website to help students discover the careers of the future and smash stereotypes about what STEM careers look like.

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How can I use Careers with STEM in schools?

Adding classroom STEM career information can create relevancy across multiple subject areas. But in a crowded curriculum, how do you build in current career content?

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Order career resources in print

Subscribe for as little as $25/year and get cutting-edge career resources for your school including quarterly STEM magazines and posters.

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Explore STEM careers and role models

What is a day in the life of an ethical hacker like? What do shark biologists do? Read about and share hundreds of real-world STEM careers with your students.

STEM teacher notes, posters and resources

Careers with STEM Teacher Notes

STEM career activities

The Careers with STEM teacher resources help teachers to adapt the Careers with STEM magazines to class. They’re relevant across disciplines and available free to download, thanks to the Australian Department of Education & Training.

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STEM up your classroom

Purchase a classroom pack which includes 25 copies of each of of the quarterly editions of Careers with STEM delivered to your school at the start of every term for a year, plus three full-colour A3 STEM classroom posters. Order here

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Science writing competition

The UNSW Bragg Student Science Prize runs from May-August each year and is designed to encourage and celebrate the next generation of science writers, researchers and leaders.

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Teach & learn coding

Find a huge list of coding resources; from tutorials and games to clubs, comps, and hackathons.

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Teachers, launch Term 4 with a curriculum-linked space challenge

The Australian Virtual Astronaut (AVA) Challenge is an awesome STEM education resource

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Going bananas for hackathons

Students jumped into the ANSTO Hackathon this National Science Week, putting design thinking and science skills to the test to come up with innovative ideas on food.

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8 TikToks that perfectly sum up being a Year 12 student in 2021

Social distancing while trying to study for your HSC trials? Our feeds have never been so full of funny study-from-home content. Class of 2021, you got this

Get into tech

Want 100 free magazines for your school? Order yours today!

Australian and New Zealand high schools can order up to 100 free copies of Careers with STEM: Technology magazine.

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Schooling STEM entrepreneurs

Move over Elon Musk, Year 8 girls in NSW’s Hunter Region are gearing up to give you some competition

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Girls Day Out in STEM Bake Off!

This National Science Week, combine machine learning and cake recipes in the Girls Day Out in STEM Bake Off! You might have heard that learning to code is as easy as learning a recipe. Now, girls aged 10 to 14 can put that to the test! They’ll meet two Google machine learning specialists who use […]

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Top teachers and STEM professionals: get recognised!

Do you know or are you an excellent teacher or STEM professional in industry or academia? Enter the SA Science and Innovation Awards.

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Idea starters for your Bragg Prize essay

All the inspo you need for choosing an essay topic that will blow the judges away!

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New eLearning program increases accessibility for regional students

Students who are geographically remote, or have other factors limiting their ability to attend face-to-face schooling will benefit from a new virtual online learning program developed by Monash University

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