Having your students take our free STEM Type Quiz? Use these free, downloadable STEM Type stickers in your classroom!
The STEM Type Quiz is a free survey that connects students’ interests to the skills required in every job the Department of Labor knows about through their O*NET codes. At the end of the survey, which typically takes about 10 minutes to complete, students will be able to explore the careers connected to their unique interests and STEM Type.
Once students take the STEM Type Quiz, have them proudly display their STEM Type sticker on their shirt, binder, bulletin board, science journal, or wherever you have available in your classroom!
How It Works
There are eight different STEM Types, so we have provided a single, downloadable PDF that allows you to print STEM Type stickers for each. The design is perfect Avery label templates, so be sure to adjust your printer settings. If you do not have Avery labels available, we recommend doing a single-page test before printing all of them to ensure they align with your labels.
The stickers really pop when printed in color, so this is one of the few times we advise avoiding black and white!
1. Click here to open the PDF in a new tab.
2. Click the printer icon in the top right corner of the PDF.
3. Ensure the printer settings are correct and enough sheets of labels are loaded in the printer, then click Print.
4. Have students take the free STEM Type Quiz and discuss their results.
5. Get creative! Have students put their names, initials, or photos under the poster for their highest STEM Type. Graph the results. Have them guess your STEM Type. Compare the STEM Types of the right-handed vs. left-handed students, blue-eyed vs. brown-eyed students, pet owners vs. non-pet owners, students who like mayonnaise vs. students who don’t, or any other zany distinctions you can make to see if there are any surprising trends or commonalities among particular groups of students and their corresponding STEM Types.
6. Distribute STEM Type stickers for students to wear and show off their newly discovered STEM Types!
Discover some of our other STEM resources here to continue connecting your classroom to careers in meaningful and engaging ways.
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