Science Educators’ Association of the Australian Capital Territory

Understanding How to Teach STEM using the Australian Curriculum

TQI approved PL for Primary Teachers

STEM can be seen as a set of subjects and skills working together to create wonderful projects and a high level of student engagement. However, inquiry projects can be carefully planned and considered to meet many outcomes in the Australian Curriculum while providing opportunities for deep conceptual understanding in various subject areas. Paula Taylor, a long-time science teacher and the pedagogical leader at the ACT Education Directorate’s Centre for Innovation and Learning, will provide a hands-on workshop to demonstrate how to get the most maths, science and technology learning embedded into your teaching programs. 

  • learn how to scaffold lessons for inquiry
  • increase the rigour of your program
  • turn activities into scientific investigations
  • strengthen your understanding of the Australian Curriculum in STEM subjects

When: Thursday 30 May 2019

Where: Centre for Innovation and Learning 108 Hambidge Cres., Chisholm

Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Other: Free for ACT public school teachers; non-public school will be invoiced $50 (10% discount for members)

cil.chisholm@ed.act.edu.au