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Bringing STEM outside the classroom

With more and more students showing a keen interest in exploring STEM subjects in innovative ways, the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is developing a framework that aims to secure the future of STEM clubs in the state.

Case study: Making learning visible through self-assessment

Picnic Point Public School is a government school situated on the banks of the Georges River in Sydney’s South-West, New South Wales. The school has an enrolment of 401 students, ranging from Kindergarten to Grade 6 with 49 per cent of students having a language background other than English, bringing 22 different languages to the school.

Bringing fun to the classroom

Australia and New Zealand’s longest-serving educational resource supplier, Modern Teaching Aids, is preparing students for the future with its wide range of robotics resources. Business Development Manager – STEM and Robotics Joanna Burk describes the skills robotics brings into play.

National Education Summit returns to Melbourne in 2018

From 31 August to 1 September 2018, Australia’s education sector will come together for the National Education Summit, produced by the International Exhibition and Conference Group, at Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.