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The Australian Government is providing a new round of funding for the establishment of Maker Spaces in schools with up to $5000 available for primary or secondary schools. Maker Projects aims to foster creativity and inquiry based learning in Australian schools and communities through [...]
We are delighted to announce that the third STEM X Regional Workshop for 2018 will be held at Wangaratta High School, Victoria from 5-6 December 2018. Held in partnership between the Australian Science Teachers Association and CSIRO, this is a FREE two-day event with [...]
This article has been written by one of our alumni, Craig Johnson, Yandina State School, Queensland and provides information about how to create a Makerspace - things you need to consider as well as the resources you may require. Please click on link below [...]
This article has been written by one of our alumni, Olivia Belshaw, Jindabyne High School, NSW and her colleague Anne Jolly and lists some guidelines for an effective STEM activity or project that will help you develop engaging, meaningful learning experiences that integrate STEM. [...]
This article has been written by one of our alumni, Olivia Belshaw, Jindabyne High School, NSW and provides teachers with some very informative information about how to implement the components of Science, Maths, Engineering and Technology into your classroom. Please click below for link [...]
STEM Education Research Group, School of Education, Curtin University and Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA) have partnered to provide individualised professional learning experience which will empower and support teachers to reflect on their classroom practice after their participation in the STEM X Academy. [...]
Applications have now closed for the 2019 STEM X Academy. Thank you to all who submitted an application. All applications are currently being reviewed, with all applicants being notified in mid October. […]
The STEM X Academy now has its own Facebook page. Follow it to keep in touch with the latest announcements about the Academy.
Australia's Chief Scientist, Doctor Alan Finkel, joined the latest group of STEM X Academy Alumni for dinner earlier this year and some of the guests were lucky enough to get their photos taken with him.