We’re your resource for bringing STEM education to life. Our aim is always to help you inspire learners and facilitate exploration. Find here the tools and resources that will set your classroom apart. Gain access to advanced technologies that will keep your curriculum current in ever-adapting fields. Utilize lesson plans, funding, and other support to create meaningful in- and out-of-classroom learning experiences. Attend educator events to collaborate with others, share successes, and give feedback. Take advantage of the STEM in Motion program to create an unforgettable encounter with STEM technologies. Browse these resources and learn how to best serve your students’ learning potential.
Innovation Incubator Grants
STEM in Motion
The PreK-12 Classroom grant expands opportunities for idea-sharing and innovation. Utah educators and administrators at Utah public schools can implement innovative new approaches to STEM experiences in their classroom, with their findings being shared at STEM conferences and awards events.
The Computing Partnerships grant helps identify gaps in and provide solutions for computing opportunities for students and teachers in Utah. This grant is intended to target the development of new, innovative computing activities or support an increase in the capacity of existing, proven programs
We haven’t had much hands-on science in our grade. That. Is. Going. To. Change. This was such a thought-provoking, interesting, challenging — dare I say fun? — activity that my littles will remember what they learned from it for a long time.Recipient of STEM Classroom Grant
[STEM Best Practices conferences] was not just the best education I’ve ever attended, it was the best conference I’ve ever attended period.Inspired Teacher
We finally have the opportunity for students to explore the world of coding and robotics.Recipient of CS4Utah Grant
Due to funding from the STEM Action Center, we have been able to train employees to teach coding to all students at elementary schools throughout the district.Recipient of CS4Utah Grant