Completing the 7th Annual STEM Education Conference will contribute 16 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
To receive the 16 hours of registered PD it is essential to note that you must be a primary or a high (secondary) school or early childhood teacher in NSW at the Proficient Teacher Level.
If you’re coming from interstate, you may still be eligible to log the conference hours as professional development training, please refer to your relevant State Department of Education website to ascertain how you can go about receiving the PD.
Upon request, we are able to provide a certificate confirming your attendance at the event.
Please join us on July 28-29, 2020 at Rydges World Square for an exciting two days unpacking current STEM programs, learning how to bring STEM back to the classroom, and discussing key issues. Presentations from inspiring educators, leading researchers, industry and education changemakers who are moving forward with positive visions and successfully proven approaches to STEM.
“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