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STEAMing ahead: SDI, transdisciplinary studies and STEM learning

  • 08 May 2018
  • 10:15 AM - 3:45 PM
  • The Grange Meeting & Function Centre, Commonwealth Lane, Campbell Town

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A one day seminar for Year 10 – Year 12 teachers in senior colleges and extension high schools wanting to maximise opportunities for student success and independent learning.

Considerations in choosing face-to-face or blended learning with student-directed inquiry and transdisciplinary studies which call for multi-disciplinary collaborations.

From writing academic-style STEM/STEAM research papers in TASC Level 3 Student Directed Inquiry, to analysing information and innovative ideas in design-thinking, or developing skills in critical thinking for finding innovative solutions to future problems, this seminar focuses on assisting students in project based learning to be independent learners and pro-active members of their communities of interest.

Facilitators: Presenters:

  • Dr. Julie Rimes FACE FACEL FAICD
  • Dr Jill Abell AALIA, MACE, FACEL

Audience:

  • Teachers of Years 10/11/12 in Schools/Colleges and Extension Schools.

Lunch and refreshments provided.

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