Friday, March 22, 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.

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Eddie Woo

Eddie Woo

Wootube star Eddie Woo understands just how hard maths is – and considers it one of his greatest assets as a teacher.
science

Hands-on science

Passionate teacher Suzy Urbaniak won the 2016 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching after pioneering hands-on science.
student experiments

Student experiments

Jon from Cuberider shares some of the most creative student experiments that have recently made the journey into outer space.
coding curriculum

Coding Curriculum

Inquiry learning teacher Sallyann Burtenshaw describes what she took away from the Embedding Coding & Computational Thinking across the Curriculum conference.

An awesome (free!) winter engineering school for Indigenous students

Indigenous students stand inside a human brain simulation
Are you an Indigenous student keen to learn more about engineering? The Victorian Indigenous Engineering Winter School program, VIEWS, is the ticket.

These 3 tricks will have you acing every interview

Why do recruiters often write one set of selection criteria, and then pick a candidate with completely different experience?

Start doing these three small things to improve your online inclusivity

Article: Little ways to improve your online inclusivity. Illustration shows a girl sitting in front of a computer with a braille speech bubble above her head.
Accessible tech is a bit of a Catch-22: It's designed to be invisible, but works best when more people know about it. Here's how to incorporate online inclusivity to your routine.