Information for Teachers

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You want to help your students to learn more math and science. So do we. That’s why we’ve spent over 20 years using technology to bring science and math ideas alive.

The best part about it? Hundreds of our resources are free, research-based, and available for you to use today. As a non-profit organization, we’re committed to quality science and math. And we’re focused on showing the world how technology can lead to better learning.

So how can you help your students learn? Try one of these easy ways:

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Do you have the drive to learn about the newest technology? Are you always the first in your school to try new software? We love to work with teachers like you to pilot test our software. Sign up for updates about our cutting-edge classroom technology or to be a pilot teacher and get on the inside track today.

Find your path through the Next Generation
Science Standards

NGSS PathfinderFind your path through the Next Generation Science Standards with help from the Concord Consortium. We've developed a simple interface to help science, engineering and mathematics teachers easily discover activities that match up with the Next Generation Science Standards.

Start finding your way with the NGSS Pathfinder

Find free activities for your students

Looking for great ways to teach complex science and math concepts? Let our STEM Resource Finder help. Our standards-based activities cover a huge variety of science topics and include time-tested math interactives. Our models and simulations can make complicated topics simple. And most of our activities let you see assessment results after students use the activities, making alignment with your lessons quick and easy.

Find free software to help your students learn

Put your probes and sensors to work

Do you have probes and sensors gathering dust in your closet? Fire up one of our many probe-based activities and start collecting data without missing a beat. There’s no need for students to learn how to use complicated graphing or data analysis software – our activities do it all without leaving the page. And you can even use probes from different vendors within the same activity. Try one out today.

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