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Visit Teachers TryScience!

Teachers TryScience is a Web site for teachers. This site provides free and engaging lessons, along with teaching strategies and resources, which are designed to spark students’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). What’s more, the site features collaboration tools to enable teachers to discuss and share effective instructional practices.

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Lesson Plans

Through a project with the New York Hall of Science and Achieve, Inc. Teachers TryScience now features a growing set of lessons aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)! In this section, teachers will not only find high quality lessons, but also resources that will support teachers in aligning their own lessons to NGSS.

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Strategies and Tutorials

Need help with a lesson? Teachers TryScience provides effective instructional strategies and tutorials. These resources are linked to the lessons on the site so teachers can practice and master new instructional approaches in the classroom.

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Community

Use communities to engage in focused discussions and share effective instructional practices on STEM education. You can join communities formed by other members or create your own public or private community.

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Kids TryScience

Find a collection of fun science, engineering and technology experiments for kids.

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About TryEngineering.org

Tryengineering.org is a resource for students, their parents, their teachers and their school counselors.

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Media Resources

Materials that can be used at professional development events, with students in the classroom, at career fairs, in career counseling offices, or online.

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Links

TryEngineering has compiled a list of engineering societies, school counselor associations, and other resources that may be of interest.

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A Note for Parents and Legal Guardians

IEEE adheres to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.

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Quickstart: we have resources for Students, Parents, Teachers, and Guidance Counselors