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STEM in the Victorian Curriculum
Understand where STEM fits in the Victorian Curriculum and leave with practical ideas to implement in the classroom.
Teachers will explore frameworks for STEM projects within the Victorian Curriculum as well as curriculum links for STEM skills and content. Teachers define and plan what STEM means in their school context. Teachers engage in a number of hands-on activities and experience resources that bring to life the new Digital Technologies curriculum. Teachers learn how to leverage museum exhibitions as sparks for STEM learning. Teachers learn how to facilitate and participate in a design challenge with a view to extending the task to a design sprint.
Date: Friday 31 July 2020
Cost: $165 incl GST
Suitable for: Primary and Secondary teachers
Location: Scienceworks, 2 Booker Street, Spotswood, VIC 3015
Bookings: Call (03) 9392 4819, please advise any dietary requirements or special needs
9.30am–11am: Session 1
11am–11.30am: Morning tea
11.30am–1pm: Session 2
1pm–2pm: Lunch and exhibit exploration
2pm–3.30pm: Session 3 (Design Challenge)
Fully catered PD. Please advise dietary requirements when booking.
There will be limited spaces for this event and a waitlist will be enabled.
This session is suitable for Primary and Secondary teachers, with a discussion of STEM skill progression, scope and sequence.
Please register prior to the session for MV Teachers.