The STEAMpunk Girls program has been running in schools for 9 months, with 50 schools, 89 teachers, and 531 girls participating so far. Students engage in project based learning aligned with science, mathematics, engineering, technology and the arts.
Riverstone High School is undergoing great change, with a booming population and brand new buildings. To fit with their new environment, teachers at Riverstone High School have begun implementing cross curricular project based learning opportunities which has had measurable impact on students and teachers.
Siding Spring Observatory is of world importance scientifically, and regional importance economically. In 2016, there was a review of the Orana Regional Environmental Plan in response to continued growth and new development in the region of the observatory, such as mines and other extractive industries, transport terminals and 24-hour operations...
St Paul's school is preparing students for a world where AI will change the nature of the workforce. This well resourced school used realms of thinking to re-imagine the curriculum. What can we learn from their approach?
Teachers at Plumpton High School used the design thinking process to assist them in better supporting teachers to develop future focused curriculum. Through this process they built strategic milestones underpinning their school plan. Find out how they used this process to discover the how, what and why for their...
It is high time, we as modern learners, leaders of learning, instructional leaders turn words into action to reimagine and re-engineer the different aspects of teaching and learning to ensure we are equipping the next generation to not just survive but to thrive in an unknown future. Remember the...
Check out the driving questions teachers developed to connect with student interests and concerns. To create a truly student centered experience, we used a design thinking process to innovate and design learning that takes into consideration students interests, concerns and passions.
In order to thrive in the future, our students need to learn future focused skills. The Year 7 faculty at Kurri Kurri High School utilise unique pedagogical approaches that involve team teaching in a HUB which can be divided into smaller PODs and further into groups of 3-4 students,...
Explore key concepts in this space including engagement, using students as video producers, multimodality, teaching self regulation through a flipped learning classroom and get your hands on some useful tools! Read the UTS Futures article here: https://lx.uts.edu.au/blog/2019/01/25/video-revolution-learning-teaching/
STEAMPunk Girls is an educational program striving to engage young women in STEM subjects through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics).Read the blog
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