This event is being virtually delivered
After careful consideration, and in light of ongoing COVID-19 developments in NSW, The STEM Education Conference scheduled for 18-19 October, will be going ahead as a fully virtual event.
We believe everyone should still be able to learn from great content, access important resources and connect with industry professionals. By offering a virtual event we hope to manage the challenges of COVID in a safe and dynamic way. More information in the ‘Virtually Delivered’ tab below.
The STEM Education Conference returns in a virtual format on 18-19 October.
This year, Australian teachers and schools have gone above and beyond to keep students learning. Educators seeking to implement STE(A)M projects and programs have faced challenges and disruption, and yet through some creative and resourceful methods schools have been able to engage students, collaborate across borders and ignite students’ curiosity to solve real-world problems.
At the STEM Education Conference, inspiring teachers will share successful strategies, ideas, resources and key takeaways, to implement in your schools.
Topics covered include:
- Access STEM resources matched to the Australian Curriculum
- STEAM/STEM on a budget
- Equipment, resources, and room design
- Resources for teacher planning and development
- Industry collaboration and selecting the right industry partner for your school
- Assessment and reporting in a time of disruption
- Scaling STEM projects and programs
- Improving student outcomes
Earn up to 14 hours of Elective PD points
The Hon Sarah Mitchell MLC
Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning
Secretary, NSW Department of Education
Head Teacher TAS, West Wallsend High School
Associate Professor Joanne Jamie
Co-Director, National Indigenous Science Education Program, Macquarie University and Superstar of STEM, Science and Technology Australia
CEO, Primary Industries Education Foundation
Dr Scott Sleap
STEM Project Advisor 7 – 12, NSW Department of Education, Educational Standards Directorate
Senior Manager, Curriculum and Project Lead, Digital Technologies, ACARA
Leader of Integrated Learning, St Clare's College Waverley
Team Leader of ICT Integration K-6, Knox Grammar Preparatory School
Assistant Director, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
Science and Environment Teacher, Farrer Primary School
Laureate Professor Jenny Gore
Director, Teachers & Teaching Research Centre, School of Education, University of Newcastle
Mr Matthew Scadding
ICT Integrator, Ravenswood School for Girls
Assistant Principal - Learning and Teaching, St Joseph's Primary School, Port Macquarie, Diocese of Lismore
Co-Founder & MD, She Maps
Leader of Digital Pedagogies and STEM, St Joseph's Primary School, Port Macquarie, Diocese of Lismore
Academic Coordinator, CSIRO
Earn up to 14 hours of Elective PD points.
Under NESA requirements, all NSW teachers need to complete a minimum of 100 hours of PD in each maintenance period including:
- Proficient Teachers: a minimum of 50 hours of NESA Accredited PD across all priority areas; or
- HALTs: a minimum of 20 hours of NESA Accredited PD across all priority areas and 20 hours of professional commitment activities.
The balance of the 100 hours can be any combination of NESA Accredited PD or Elective PD, including professional commitment activities.
The STEM Education Conference meets the following Elective PD Criteria:
- strategies for effective engagement with parents/carers and the community
- mentoring, coaching, professional dialogue supporting teaching practice
- educational leadership
- relevant further study integrating ICT into teaching practice
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“Overall this was a great event, It allowed educators exposure to others educators innovative practices. Companies offer amazing products but very few (public) schools have the resourcing to foster the high end tech approach. It was great to see a range of other approaches.”
Paul Anderson, NT Schools
“Very well organised and run event with a collection of excellent speakers.”
Roy Anderson, Catholic Education NT
“A very informative professional learning experience, a must for anyone who would like to gain in-depth knowledge and insights into STEM pedagogy.”
Neroli Rose, Ebor Public School
“This event gave me insight into the wide range of resources that are available to support teachers in STEM.”
“This is not a trade show. You are not going to be sold a snake oil solution to STEM in a box. What you will do is engage in learning and networking with people who will inspire you.”
Michael Gowers, St Monica’s College
“Outstanding event with relevant information, Well Done.”
Adrian Rayner, Education Queensland
We believe everyone should still be able to learn from great content, access important resources and connect with industry professionals. By offering a virtual event we hope to manage the challenges of COVID in a safe and dynamic way.
You will be able to watch the livestream from any device. You’ll have the ability to ask questions after each session – all from the safety and comfort of your own home or workplace. You will also be able to watch content on-demand for 30 days post-event.