Inspired education starts with inspired teachers, and the Connecticut Science Center is committed to supporting educators with resources that tie closely to the Connecticut Science Framework standards. We understand the importance of informal science education. Learning outside the classroom keeps students excited about learning, helping them relate in-school studies to potential careers in STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math.
We consider Connecticut Science Center an essential part of the STEM education environment, supporting classroom learning with hands-on, inquiry-based exploration. We provide engaging, one-of-a-kind experiences that speak to the natural curiosity in young people.
Educator Planning Guide
Whether you are planning a field trip for your students or looking for lesson plans and resources, our downloadable interactive Educator Planning Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the Science Center’s resources available to help you reach your learning goals.DOWNLOAD
The Connecticut Science Center is committed to supporting educators in their professional development...
These units have been designed to follow the engineering learning practices model in the Next Generation Science Standards ...
2013 Connecticut STEM Conference
A conference designed for school teachers, college faculty, administrators, and counselors set in a dynamic STEM venue...