STEM Learning Hub

A collection of resources for teachers and students to enhance your STEM experiences in the classroom or at home.

STEM resource and learning hub


If you are a teacher looking for additional curriculum-linked STEM resources to help in the classroom, browse below. We also offer Teacher Professional Development events and support for teachers to develop your skills further.

For free, half or full day hands-on experiences for your school group, browse our High School Workshops, suitable for both junior and senior students.


If you are a student wanting to know more about STEM careers and pathways, browse the resources below.

Also, check out our annual events such as the Research Internships and the STEM Camp for hands-on experience.


Are you looking to support or enhance your child’s enthusiasm for STEM? Browse the resources below for career tips and more.

Also visit our events page for more information on the hands on experiences your child could apply for as part of the Young Accelerators program.


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The Cube

The Cube offers unprecedented learning and research opportunities for the community – from school students to scientists and engineers. Our researchers use the Cube to showcase their ideas and to visualise, model and manipulate big data sets.

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Physics Unit 4: Teacher PD

This on demand resource is part of the Young Accelerators Teacher Professional Development ‘Physics Unit 4: The new stuff’ designed and delivered in 2019 to focus on new content on Special Relativity, Standard Model and Particle Interactions from Queensland’s Physics QCAA Syllabus Unit 4.

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Meet our researchers: Internships Series

Gain some insight into the STEM research conducted at QUT.

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Quark cards

QUT Young Accelerators has designed this teacher resource pack to help Physics students learn about quarks, mesons and baryons and particle decay with a fun and interactive card game.

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Open access research tips

In partnership with the QUT Office for Scholarly Communication, the Young Accelerators program has produced this guide to help you find Open Access (OA) research for teachers and students.

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Support for teachers

View a list of curated QUT support materials and external resources to help you enhance your STEM expertise.

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Academic Skills Series

This series of short videos will help high school students with some of the key academic skills they need to know upon starting university.

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