Open to primary and secondary school teachers and qualified STEM professionals from all organisations, the STEM Professionals in Schools event brings real-world Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths into the classroom in an effort to increase student engagement and participation in STEM subjects.
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With a new Science and Technology syllabus for K-6, and new syllabuses for Technology for Years 7 and 8 being implemented in New South Wales in 2019, the NSW Education Standards Authority discusses what the changes mean for both educators and students.
Kira Clarke, Dr Eric Dommers and Dr George Myconos, of the University of Melbourne and the Brotherhood of St Laurence explain that Vocational Education and Training is an important next step for many early school leavers, but changes are needed to keep them engaged.
Finalists have been revealed for the WA Education Awards, which aims to recognise top educators and public schools from across the state.
Over 100 schools across Victoria will take part in a pilot program that aims to better assess the learning requirements of students with disabilities and additional needs.