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Celebrating STEM excellence

At LEGO Education, we know the passion and commitment you bring to teaching STEM subjects. Your dedication brings lessons to life, and inspires the next generation of engineers and scientists. Now we’d like to reward your efforts.

The LEGO Education Teacher Award is a celebration of innovative primary and secondary teaching around the world. To enter, all you have to do is show us how you’ve used LEGO bricks to enhance your lessons. The more creative, inventive and inspiring, the better.

If your entry is shortlisted, you will be invited to present your work at the LEGO Education Symposium in Boston, USA from 5th – 7th June 2018 and we will also include flights and accommodation. It’s a great chance to share innovative practice with like-minded teachers, visit the inspirational Center for Engineering Education and Outreach at Tufts University and even test some of our latest products.

To learn more about the LEGO Education Symposium and the Tufts STEM Education Conference, and how you can attend without entering the LEGO Education Teacher Award, visit: Tufts STEM Education Conference

How to enter

In Australia, please complete this application form and email it to by 29 March 2018.

You’ll need a few extra items to support your entry:

  • A brief summary of the proposed Symposium presentation 
  • Some example lesson materials such as a worksheet or lesson plan
  • Evidence of implementation, like a photo, short video or a sample of student work
  • Evidence of the lesson’s contribution to the teaching community
  • A short self-evaluation

Find the official rules for Australia here.

Not in Australia? Find out about the Teacher Award in your part of the world here.

Meet some of our previous winners

Teacher Feature: Shontelle Lewis

Shontelle Lewis (Sharon State School, Bundaberg, QLD) is an advocate for primary school students learning to code and was the winner of the LEGO Education Teacher Award for 2017. She has created and run robotics and coding challenges benefiting not only her own students, but also those of other schools.

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Teacher Feature: Mark Lockett

Mark Lockett has taught Robotics and Engineering to Primary and secondary students for over 20 years. He is a LEGO Education Teacher Award recipient. He has been an Australian FLL Coaches’ Advisor, and the Hardware and Software trainer for the FIRST Tech Challenge in Queensland.

In addition to teaching at The Southport School (Queensland), Mark works part time as a LEGO Education teacher trainer around Australia, and enjoys sharing his passion of LEGO, engineering and all things robotic.

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