Review for TeachEngineering

Publishing curricula in TeachEngineering is enabled through peer reviews—similar to a journal. You can contribute to the collection by being a part of the National Board of TeachEngineering Reviewers. To maintain the quality of the collection, we continually seek current or retired K-12 science, math or technology educators, and engineers, to serve as reviewers for new TeachEngineering curricula.

Every lesson and activity on TeachEngineering is reviewed by an educator and an engineer. Educators use our K-12 Review Rubric to evaluate the quality of the lesson/activity and its suitability for the classroom. Engineers evaluate the accuracy and depth of science, math and engineering content using our Engineering Content Review Rubric.

As new contributions are submitted to TeachEngineering, our editors give you the opportunity to review the new curriculum. If you are busy at that time, simply decline the review. If you are available, complete the review within one month. Reviewers are asked to evaluate two or more submissions per year.

Apply to serve on the National Board of TeachEngineering Reviewers.

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