We’re thrilled to announce our new website, designed in collaboration with the team at Blenderbox. They understood us from the very beginning, describing in their first creative abstract a vision for a “forward-looking, accessible, and good weird” website.
We think they did a great job creating a website that reflects our quirky and creative nature, and we’re pleased to be able to invite you to explore our work and use our free STEM digital resources. Read on to see some of the highlights!
The new home page now clearly highlights main focus areas of our work. As the world of educational technology changes, we’re extending our pioneering work in the field of probeware and other tools for inquiry and continuing to develop award-winning STEM models and simulations. We’re also taking the lead in new areas, including data science education, analytics and feedback, and engineering and science connections. Peek into our innovation lab to see the the cutting-edge new tools and technologies we’re exploring and creating for tomorrow’s learners.
You can find the many research and development projects we’re involved in through featured links on the home page. Or find all current projects under Research Projects (under Our Work in the main navigation), where you can search by grade, subject, or focus area.
And, of course, these projects have developed hundreds of resources for STEM learning over the years, all of which we invite you to use for free and share widely. Now you’ll find them all in our updated STEM Resource Finder (previously called the Learn Portal) at learn.concord.org! There, you can search for resources, create classes, assign activities, and track student progress with reports. All in one place. All for free.
To access the STEM Resource Finder, simply follow the link to “explore our free STEM resources” in the gray umbrella bar at the top of any concord.org page, or find the STEM Resource Finder link under Resources in the main navigation menu.
Take a look today—we invite you to explore our website, learn about our work, and use our free STEM resources.
If you have any questions or are looking for particular information on our site, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Leave a comment here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.