Classroom Resources

Classroom Resources

Use Fueling Education’s comprehensive suite of classroom resources to bring STEM to life in the classroom! These digital lessons are created to make teaching and learning a fun, interactive, and inspiring experience. Use these resources to help students brainstorm for the Fueling Education Student Challenge.

Digital Lesson Bundle - Life on Land

Life on Land Video

Video Length: 3:30

Explore the beauty of our coastlines and how we can all work together to preserve them.

Life on Land Digital Lesson

Students Grades 5-8
Three class sessions (45-60 minutes each)

In this digital lesson bundle, students will assume the role of interns at an environmental nonprofit who are assigned to a team that seeks to protect life on land. As such, students will explore the inner-connectedness of ecosystems, biodiversity, human action, and the environment through the lens of their region and the larger world. 

Digital Lesson Bundle - Sustainable Cities and Communities

Sustainable Cities & Communities Video

Video Length: 3:29

Natural disasters are sudden events that can cause major, widespread catastrophe. Learn how we can prepare for natural disasters early and limit the damage done.

Sustainable Cities & Communities Digital Lesson

Students Grades 5-8
Three class sessions (45-60 minutes each)

In this digital lesson bundle, students will take on the role of youth members on their state’s new Sustainability and Disaster Resiliency Board. In this role they will explore sustainable and unsustainable communities, research contributing factors to sustainability, and consider possibilities for sustainable development in their own communities with a focus on disaster resilience.

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Student Challenge

Student Challenge

Sign up for the CITGO Fueling Education Student Challenge for a chance to win the grand prize!

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Career Profiles

Career Profiles

Teach your students about potential STEM career paths and inspire the next generation of innovators.

Science Aspirations are Solidified Early, Study Finds

Most young people’s science aspirations and views of science are formed during the primary years and solidified by the age of 14.

King's College London