Bring careers to class
Digital technologies and disruption means careers are changing faster than ever.
The Careers with STEM teacher resource is mapped to each Careers with STEM magazine, our first week of term, four times a year. The STEM career guides give students ideas, inspiration, pathways, quizzes, knowhow and confidence to take on the challenge of getting to where their learning leads them.
Keep your STEM classroom up to date with the Careers with STEM teacher resource or order the full Careers with STEM set – 30 magazines plus 3 posters plus teacher notes each term. Subscribe from just $19.95 to get all four copies each term, and you can order copies at cost price.
The Careers with STEM series looks at pathways that combine Computer Science, Maths, Science, Health and Engineering skills with students’ passion, world-changing goal or another field. We call it STEM plus X. The Careers with STEM teacher resource is for teachers, careers counsellors, parents, STEM-based institutions, or mentors that could use the guides to expose and inspire students towards STEM careers. For teachers, it is ideally suited to the Year 8–10 high school classroom.
The Careers with STEM teacher resource helps teachers to adapt the Careers with STEM magazines, which are delivered to Australian and New Zealand classrooms at the beginning of every term, to classroom use. It’s relevant across disciplines and available free to download, thanks to Education Services Australia.
Careers advisor STEM questionnaire
The Careers with STEM careers session was developed by Careers Advisor Michelle Ibrahim from Paramatta High School in Sydney. We’re thrilled to provide this adaptable resource with thanks to Michelle, to assist Careers Advisors in running Careers with STEM sessions with students. This Careers with STEM session focusses on engineering, however you are free to adapt this tool to suit your student careers session.
Download the Word version of the questionnaire here.
What people are saying
“I am very excited about Careers with Code being launched in New Zealand. This is an excellent resource for students and teachers.”
Julie McMahon, New Zealand Association for Computing, Digital and Information Technology Teachers President
“My favourite thing is that this magazine is tailored for younger people interested in this area and it provides relevant information on opportunities and the success of other people.”
Emelia Coe, Year 10 student
“I can use this in my groups, and ALL of our teachers can use it in our classroom advisories. There are so many fun activities and articles that we can use this one magazine this all year long! I’m really impressed! If you can spare several extra copies, I’d love to share them with other school counselors and the tech teachers in my district.”
Angela Cleveland, School Counselor, Google Certified Educator
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