Thursday, April 25, 2019

STEM education

The STEM education blog, created especially for Teachers in high schools, shows you all the ways you can incorporate STEM learning ideas into your STEM programs and curriculums.

Visit the Teachers’ Hub for more information on how to navigate Careers with STEM for Teachers. There’s magazines, teacher guides, free resources, career role-models for students and much, much more!

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Have your say on STEM education

The annual Australian STEM report aims to measure progress, challenges and opportunities available country wide in STEM education. If you're a teacher, student or parent, answer this quick survey to have your say on the state of STEM education.

Paper planes, martial arts and cake: Creative approaches to science education

Paper planes, martial arts and cake make interesting new ways to approach science education! Check out the three science workshops Paper Pilots, Fight Like A Physicist and The Project Counter for your creative science inspiration.

Investment in rural education could add $56B to Australian GDP, says new Gonski report

A report from the Gonksi Institute for Education at UNSW Sydney released on Monday calculates that Australia could add more than $50B to its annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by improving educational outcomes for students in regional, rural and remote areas of the country.

How a STEM teacher won the Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching

We spoke to Scott Sleap, winner of the Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching 2018, to find out how he's inspired Cessnock students to study STEM and prepare for the future of work in Cessnock, post mining boom.

STEMfooty: Connecting with the science of sport

Data to Decisions CRC has teamed up with the Adelaide Crows Football Club to create STEMfooty; an initiative that teaches science using sport.

Science Minister launches the fifth anniversary edition of Careers with STEM

On Friday 2nd November, the Minister for Industry, the Hon Karen Andrews, MP formally launched the Careers with STEM: Code magazine 5th anniversary edition at Palm Beach Currumbin High School. Here's all the highlights from the day.

Coastal erosion: a case study in our own backyard

We take a look at a coastal erosion case study at Inskip Point, Queensland. Use our free teacher resources filled with activities and experiments to bring the case study to life.
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Upgrade the way you teach

Integrating a learning management system (LMS) is the best way to bring your classroom into the 21st century.
STEM in the real world

How to teach STEM in the real world

Teaching STEM in schools is not the easiest task. Here's how to make STEM education useful for your students, by linking its relevancy to their future careers.
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We’ve got your uni open day game plan sorted

Uni open day is your chance to find out if a university is right for you. Check out our guide to make sure you get the info you need on the day!
Importance of Education in STEM

What’s the point of STEM education?

STEM education can seem pointless to students that don't understand its relevance to future careers. We dive into what the future workforce looks like, and why STEM is at the centre.

Inspiring Hunter girls to be STEM women

RDA Hunter's new program for girls in STEM, sponsored by the Department of Defence and collaborating with Tech Girls Are Superheroes, promises to deliver future STEM women.

Oceans and climate change: we’re on a countdown

oceans and climate change
Finding a solution to global warming in time will require an understanding of the complex processes behind climate and weather, which affect oceans and climate change.

4 science-backed ways to make the school holidays last longer

How to make time go slower: A woman's hand turns back the hands of a clock
If you feel like your holidays are skating by, here are 4 science-backed ways to make time go slower.

How a maths degree could lead you to a career with ASIO

A maths degree could lead to a career with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), a government body that exists to protect Australians from serious threats to security.