As technology evolves at a rapid pace, integrating STEM education into the classroom can be challenging and time-consuming. At STEM Minds, we make it easy for schools to engage students in STEM learning and complement exisiting curriculum
On - demand Courses
PD & Resources
Our STEAM Hub online learning platform for grades 3-12 offers a suite of 25+ online courses all focused on the most popular STEM topics! Developed by certified teachers, each course includes full-length video lessons, custom-built learning simulators, hands-on projects, plus built-in assessment and evaluation tools for teachers.
Live Virtual Workshops
Our live virtual workshops for Grades K-12 brings hands-on STEM learning to your students no matter where you are. Inspire, innovate, and create with your students in curriculum-connected workshops ranging from coding, video game design, 3D design, and more!
Workshops can be delivered through Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meets whether students are in-class or at home on their own devices.
In Person Workshops
Bring STEM Minds workshops to your school and inspire, innovate, and create with your students!
Our in-class workshops for Grades K-12 are designed in connection with the Ontario Curriculum. STEM Minds provides all staff, materials, and technology required to run workshops, so you can relax and enjoy the learning!
We also offer in person field trips onsite at our headquarters located in Aurora, Ontario as well as ongoing lunchtime/after school programs in York Region.
Professional Development & Resources
Professional Development Workshops
STEM is the future of education! Our professional development workshops are designed and facilitated by certified teachers and fully customizable to meet the specific needs of your school.
From technology-specific workshops like coding and robotics to innovative topics like design thinking and makerspaces, you will leave with the confidence and resources you need to bring powerful STEM learning experiences to students.
Coding Unit Plans
Coding is an important skill for 21st-century students, but you may be wondering how to get started.
These weeklong unit plans for Grades 1 -8 connect directly to the new Ontario math curriculum coding expectations and get students hands-on experience with coding!
Designed by OCT certified teachers with experience teaching coding to thousands of students, these unit plans include full length video lessons, printables, rubrics, parent letters, and more so you have everything you need to hit the ground running.
Microsoft Global Training Partner
We are an approved Microsoft Global Training Partner. Get the training you need on Microsoft Teams, Minecraft, Flipgrid and more with our hands-on trainings.
Facilitated by OCT certified teachers and fully curriculum-connected, our PD workshops are fully customizable to meet the specific needs of your school. Leave with the confidence and resources you need to bring some of Microsoft’s most powerful tools into the classroom.
“This teacher PD and student workshop has been one of the most effective activities I have ever enrolled in!
First I was able to be trained by the experts at STEM Minds, and then as students followed a live instruction period, I was able to trouble shoot and problem solve.
The facilitator was expertly paced and the content was directly connected to the curriculum. Thank you for this extraordinary PD and classroom resource!”
“At the end of the workshop the first comment from my students was “when can we do this again?”
They not only enjoyed the workshop but came away with much more knowledge that they applied in a fun way!
I consider myself knowledgeable in terms of teaching coding, but what they learned from STEM Minds took it to another level!”
“Absolutely thrilled with the engagement of my class during the LEGO EV3 Robotics session through STEM Minds.
The students were dialed in from the first minute and followed along through initial simple instructions to extend their understanding of coding with growing independence.
The instructors were energetic and knowledgeable, and the students really enjoyed working with them. An absolute homerun for cooperative learning, student engagement, and exposure to STEM opportunities.”