STEM Programs and Resources for Teachers and Schools
Give every student the opportunity to engage in digital technology.
The big goal
HOW WE HELP
Drone & Geospatial Programs
Get on top of STEM
STEM has a problem, and it starts in our schools
Get on top of STEM and help all students succeed
You have the power to lead change.
She Maps offers online and in-school programs and resources to help you empower your students with the skills of tomorrow.
Pippa & Dronie - Book & Teaching Resources
Join in the the adventure as Pippa and Dronie travel around Australia, finding out just how useful a drone can be! Meet real scientists and drone professionals doing amazing things.
Classroom Drone Essentials - Indoor
Students become geospatial scientists, are exposed to some great role models, learn how to fly and code a drone, and have fun as we teach STEM by stealth!
Map My School - Indoor
A comprehensive and fun program where students learn how to create, analyse, measure, map, and communicate with geospatial mapping principles.
Drone Mapping - Outdoors
Students use sub 2kg drones and industry standard geospatial mapping technologies to capture and process imagery to analyse and monitor their local environment.
Delivered Your Way
All our programs can be tailored to suit the needs of your school.
She Maps offers three ways to support your teachers and budget.
Online - Supported
Get ready to teach our programs with our self-paced online learning and teaching resources.
Online - Together
One-to-one online support
Get access to our online learning and receive one-to-one video coaching and support.
Done for you incursion
We teach our programs at your school. Includes one year access to our online programs for free.
You can get started right now with 5 essential drone training videos!
We help schools like yours across the world
Hours of teacher PD designed by renowned geospatial scientist Dr Karen Joyce.
Teachers, students, and communities across the globe benefiting from our programs.
Impact Partners supporting and working with us to create diversity in STEM.
STEM seems complicated, but it doesn’t have to be…
Free Video Drone Training
5 essential videos to help you kickstart your drone journey.
Why we’re on a mission to help schools diversify STEM.
Did you know that two thirds of children aged nine to eleven draw a man when asked to draw a scientist? Today, women are vastly underrepresented in science and technology industries.
Like you, we think that’s wrong. So let’s do something about it.
What if schools could design their STEM programs to give girls the opportunity to develop an interest from an early age.
We know you’d love to do that, but there’s a problem. Just getting STEM to work is hard enough, isn’t it?
The pressure is on to deliver tangible “STEM outcomes”. You want to transform your students into agile problem-solvers, but it’s difficult to know how to begin. Where do you start with STEM?
Imagine if your STEM program could foster engagement with every gender, creed and culture at your school. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you could get every student participating in practical STEM activities and develop your teachers to bring STEM thinking and digital technology into the classroom.
That’s what we do at She Maps. We provide online and in-school drone and geospatial science programs and training for students and teachers.
We care about helping you engage every single student in STEM.
More than 30,000 students, teachers and communities have already benefited from our programs across Australia, the United States, United Kingdom, and Asia.
The reason our programs are so effective is that they are designed by educators for educators. At the helm is Dr Karen Joyce, PhD in Geographical Sciences. Every lesson plan, training, and activity is specifically designed to map directly with your school curriculum and create immediate and sustainable impact.
We understand your STEM problems, how expensive and slow traditional training is, and how overwhelming STEM can seem.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Access the right resources and training today. Why? Because every student deserves to succeed with STEM, and every teacher should be empowered to help them do it.