Creating STEM innovators through high quality educational programs
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29th & 30th August 2017
CQ Functions, Melbourne
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The majority of schools and teachers have already begun to implement STEM into their schools, but how do we ensure we are getting the most out of our STEM programs?


The 7th 'Improving STEM Education' conference will offer case studies, practical examples and hands-on sessions to provide you with a toolkit of new STEM ideas, skills and activities to implement in your own classroom - so be ready to roll up your sleeves and get involved!

In addition, this conference will also see the launch of our ‘Making STEM a Primary Priority’ stream, specifically focused on the implementation of STEM in the primary setting.

Agenda highlights
  • On the spot lesson planning
  • Robotics for the whole school
  • Aligning primary and secondary school STEM
  • Manufacture your own wrist watch
  • Meeting learning outcomes through PBL
Who will attend?
  • 60% Heads of: Science, Maths, Technologies
  • 15% Heads of STEM
  • 10% Curriculum Coordinators
  • 10% Principals & Deputy Principals
  • 5% Teaching & Learning

Attend to learn:

  • Embed a whole of school STEM approach
  • Align STEM with industry
  • Make the most out of your resources
  • Make STEM a primary priority
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Key Speakers

Kellie Morgan
Director of Early Learning and Junior Years
Melbourne Girls Grammar
Tim Milkins
Head of Computer Science
Barker College
Suzy Urbaniak
Earth & Environmental Science Teacher
Kent Street High School
Sue Gaardboe
Assistant Principal
Brighton Primary School


What People Are Saying

  • “Attending the ‘Improving STEM Education Conference’ was a great opportunity to witness the amazing work that schools all around Australia are doing in the area of STEM. I was inspired by many of the presenters to make STEM a more prominent part of our school culture”

    Jane Hart
    Holy Family Primary School & STEM Sydney 2017 conference attendee


  • Date: 28 Jul 2017  By: Maisie Holder

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  • Date: 24 Jul 2017  By: Sallyann Burtenshaw
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  • Date: 20 Jul 2017  By: Maisie Holder

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  • Date: 25 May 2017  By: Maisie Holder

    We all know that we can teach theory and knowledge in the classroom, but it’s the application of knowledge that is key. Fulton Hogan Construction and Edwardstown Primary School have been collaborating to give students the chance to address real world problems from the classroom. Christie Evans, Year 6/7 Teacher, Edwardstown Primary School met several …

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