TeachEngineering Digital Library

TeachEngineering is a searchable, educational standards-based digital library containing K-12 engineering education content designed for use by teachers. Containing more than 1,100 hands-on engineering activities and lessons created by 30 engineering colleges across the nation, it remains fresh with ~100 K-12 engineering lessons/activities added annually.

TeachEngineering has long been recognized for its high quality, receiving the National Science Digital Library 2010 Recognition of Excellence Award, and as a component of the National Academy of Engineering’s 2008 Gordon Prize. Led by the University of Colorado Boulder, the focus of the multi-institution TeachEngineering team is to keep the content freely accessible for teachers, relevant to end-users, and continuously aligned with cross-state science, technology and engineering standards.


US National – This program serves many different areas nationwide in the United States.
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Associate Director, K-12 Engineering Education
University of Colorado Boulder
ITL Laboratory 1045 Regent Drive
Boulder, CO 80309-0522
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Phone: 303-492-5230
Fax: 303-492-8825
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University of Colorado Boulder, Intergrated Teaching and Learning Program
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The Integrated Teaching and Learning Program hosts or collaborates with other College of Engineering and Applied Science departments on many K-12 engineering education initiatives, offering a wide range of hands-on engineering opportunities for K-12 teachers and students, faculty and the general public. The award-winning ITL Program is commited to creating a more diverse student population at CU Boulder and broadening the exposure of K-12 students -- particularly students of color, young women, low-income and first-generation college-bound students -- to engineering.
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