Innovate like it's 1999
We're having a blast revisiting our 1999 video time capsule and tracking down the people and their families who participated. If you're inspired to make your own, we can help!Make your own time capsule >
The Tech Challenge is here!
Where can you learn engineering design skills, practice working collaboratively and have a whole lot of fun at the same time? The Tech Challenge, of course! Students in Grades 4-12 can participate from anywhere — this year, we're bringing the challenge to you!Sign up today! >
Global Soundscapes? We're all ears.
Teachers, your learners will have a blast with Global Soundscapes, our new interactive, multimedia experience all about sound. Plus, it's totally plug-and-play, which should be (we're saying it) music to your ears!Sounds good! >
New President, New Era
The Tech has announced Katrina Stevens will be our next president and CEO. She joins us from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, where she currently serves as the director of learning science.
Stevens has 25 years of experience in the education ecosystem — from the classroom to administration to the halls of government as a deputy director in the Obama administration’s Department of Education. She brings a deep passion for improving learning outcomes, especially among those young people who face the greatest challenges.
Bring The Tech to your students
Educators, your favorite labs are back—in virtual form! These flexible, 90-minute experiences were designed to be plug-and-play, with all the videos, slides and lab materials you need to create a fun STEM experience for your learners. Spots are filling up fast, so sign up today!
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Fun 'n' Games
Like so many, the creative brains here at The Tech have stretched video chats to the interactive limits. Try some of these ideas out to host a coloring collab or a word search party. Or just print out our activities for off-screen fun!