The following links provide resources for K-12 educators, parents, and students. We are always building our library, so if you know of a great engineering-related K-12 resource that you’d like to see added to the list, please contact us.
TeachEngineering.org is a collaborative project through five universities and the American Society for Engineering Education, with NSF National Science Digital Library funding. The site is a FREE searchable, web-based digital library collection populated with engineering curricula for use by K-12 teachers and engineering faculty to make applied science and math come alive in K-12 settings.
The Integrated Teaching and Learning (ITL) Program at CU-Boulder is a nationally recognized, award-winning, engineering education leader. The program supports hands-on engineering learning through an innovative environment where students integrate engineering theory with practice and learn through doing.
Engineering Pathway is a portal to high-quality teaching and learning resources, and is designed for use by K-12 and university educators and students. The K-12 engineering curriculum uses engineering as a vehicle for the integration of hands-on science and mathematics through real-world designs and applications that inspire the creativity of youth.
eGFI (Engineering… Go For it!) is an interactive online and print resource that will inspire teachers, parents and guardians, and students alike. Sign up for the e-newsletters, digital magazine, or simply browse the interactive website. Great for anyone who might ask the question, “what do engineers do?”
My College Options is the largest college and career planning community in the country, with 94% of high schools and over 70% of high school students participating. Thousands of colleges and universities offer a wide range of post-secondary opportunities and resources for students to explore. The program offers resources for parents, educators and counselors as well.