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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. Want to get in touch? We welcome your feedback! And you can sign up for monthly education updates on our Careers with STEM: Teacher newsletter.

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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.


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.


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

UNSW Bragg Student Science Writing Prize

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 News

Who won the 2023 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools?

We were so excited to hear who won the 2023 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools. Not only is she an incredible teacher, she was also one of the amazing judges on the UNSW Bragg Prize for Science Writing this year!


ANSTO's 2023 Think Science! competition results

The Think Science! competition gave Australian students in Year 3 to 10 the chance to develop and show off their awesome science inquiry skills. See the winning entries here.


Rocket into a space career with these school space programs

If your head is in the stars and you dream about a career in space, there are a bunch of new school programs heading your way, starting with a new Australian Space Week coming this November

Get 100 free tech careers magazines for your school

Skill up your students on future-focused technology careers Packed full of next-gen career information, our upcoming edition of Careers with STEM: Technology magazine is bound to inspire! To help spread the word about the careers of tomorrow, we’re giving away up to 100 free copies to any and every Australian and New Zealand secondary school […]

Careers with STEM Events

Girls STEM event heads into the future

The countdown is on to the most exciting girls STEM event this year, get ready to take off to the future


5 ways teachers are using ChatGPT

From writing class plans to communicating with parents, teachers are experimenting with AI, using ChatGPT and learning from each other.


These students are engineering a miniature F1 car... And you can too

Each year more than 17,000 schools in 51 nations take on the F1 in Schools challenge of designing and engineering a miniature F1 car that can accelerate to 80 km/h in under one second.


Quitting maths

Considering quitting maths? This maths professor has some helpful advice Michael Bode is a Professor and ARC Future Fellow at QUT’s School of Mathematical Sciences. So it might surprise you to hear him say he wasn’t a great mathematician at high school. Speaking on Careers with STEM’s webinar on people combining maths with their passion […]

Teachers News

How to get students thinking more in maths lessons

How can we build “thinking” maths classrooms and reduce the prevalence of non-thinking behaviours? Here are two research-based ideas.

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