Providing world-class STEM curricula used by over 16,000 schools and 1,000,000 students worldwide.
eduSTEM’s curricula for Years 2 to 10 has been developed by researchers from Carnegie Mellon, one of the world’s leading universities for robotics and computer science.
Tried and tested with over 1,000,000 students in 16,000 schools and educational institutions around the world, eduSTEM’s curricula represents the gold standard for practical and engaging STEM curricula.
100 hours of content per year
eduSTEM’s curricula contains up to 100 hours of content for each year level and has been designed to fit within either targeted maths classes or a dedicated STEM subject or stream within the school. Teachers can choose which modules and activities to integrate into their classes, using as much or as little as they choose.view our programs
Integrated from Years 3 - 10
One of the reasons that it is so hard for teachers to find high quality STEM curricula is that they tend to focus on an isolated number of year groups. eduSTEM’s curricula has been designed to integrate not only across high school, but across primary and high school, so that schools can integrate with their feeder primary schools to ensure that students develop essential STEM skills as early as possible.view our programs
Practical and engaging
eduSTEM’s curricula incorporates practical hands on components to bring the skills and theory to life. In eduSTEM’s robotics stream students incorporate a range of mathematic, science, computer science, engineering and computation skills to program robots to complete a range of real world challenges. Whilst in our computer science stream students incorporate similar skills to develop animations and interactive games and quizzes. Beyond ensuring that the curricula is gamified, fun and engaging, these hands-on challenges reinforce the idea that STEM skills have real world, practical applications.view our programs
21st century skills
Students don’t just learn skills such as coding and computational thinking that are essential for participation in the 21st century workplace. They also learn a range of other essential workplace skills such as: teamwork and collaboration through participation in group challenges and digital safety skills from privacy, to cyber bullying and cyber ethics.view our programs
Easy to implement
eduSTEM’s curricula are designed to make it as easy as possible for teachers to quickly and confidently integrate into their classrooms. EduSTEM’s staff training program has trained 11,000 teachers to date. All staff complete this program and receive STEM certification and master training qualifications from Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Academy. Further, help is always one phone-call away with eduSTEM’s specialised pedagogy and customer support staff.view our programs
Staff & student certification
Each program includes an end of year testing module in which students complete a series of tasks and submit a work portfolio. Students successfully passing this challenge earn a STEM certificate from Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Academy.view our programs