STEM Professional Development
“Q: What do we know [that] works to
improve student achievement in K-12 STEM
A: I'd say great teachers, who know the
–Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education
Teachers are endlessly learning, growing and developing the next generation
and themselves. This webpage will be updated regularly with some of the many
opportunities available for continued professional growth in areas of science
and mathematics and ways to integrate STEM into all content areas. For
additional support please check Instructional Resources.
- Colorado Technology Association
The Colorado Technology Association is dedicated to foster growth and
opportunity for the technology industry.
Annenburg Foundation has a website for educator professional development
with great workshops and courses for mathematics and science teachers. The
courses are free but for a fee graduate credit is available from Colorado
Teaching Channel is a website designed to support the professional
learning of teachers through videos of high quality teaching, discussion
questions and opportunities for asynchronous conversations. Find ideas on
integrating design skills using mathematics and science.
- Colorado Experiential STEM Learning
The Colorado Experiential STEM Learning Network’s (CESLN)
mission is to collaborate with schools, policy makers, and businesses in
order to create extraordinary STEM experiences for students and teachers.
Thus, increasing science literacy and promoting science identity
construction. The network is designed to create an online and offline
community of practice such that interactions lead to an action, whether it
be schools reaching out to businesses for hands on activities, or community
involvement in student projects and initiatives.
- eNet Colorado
Through eNetColorado, educators can create, share and access high quality
standards-based materials, staff development programs, resources, and tools
that support student learning. There is a portal especially dedicated to
STEM resources and opportunities.
website assistance in STEM,