Designing & delivering an integrated STEM curriculum
Conference Date
21st & 22nd March 2017
Sydney Boulevard Hotel
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Designing & implementing an integrated STEM curriculum

By now we all recognise why STEM is so important and understand the need for it to be embedded across the whole school curriculum. In this event, we bring together teachers and leaders from best practice schools showcasing engaging STEM programs.  

The conference will feature case studies, hands-on sessions and practical workshops. The event is designed to give you a toolkit of new STEM ideas, resources and activities to implement next week, next term, next year...

This event is your opportunity for active participation - roll up your sleeves and get involved. Enjoy interactive discussions, hands-on activities and walk away with a tangible set of ideas, resources and inspiration.

Find out more about the upcoming STEM Education 2017 - Melbourne conference.

Attend to learn:

  • Implementing a whole school STEM approach
  • Achieving cross curriculum framework through PBL
  • Connecting STEM to industry through real-world relevant STEM teaching and learning
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Key Speakers

Jayne Heath
Director of Professional Learning
Australian Science and Mathematics School
Gavin Hays
Deputy Principal
Parramatta Marist High
Michael Beilharz
Director of Innovative Learning
Knox Grammar School
Shirley Casper
STEM Project Manager
Board of Studies NSW


What People Are Saying

  • “I now have a deeper understanding of STEM and I think I will encourage my children to become engineers”

    Mandy Fox, Teacher/Curriculum Coordinator, Naracoore Primary School - 2016 STEM Education Conference
  • “The Implementing STEM Education conference was amazing. I felt like my brain was working overtime with all the new ideas and information we were presented”

    Laura Boere, Teacher, St Clare's High School Taree, Attendee 2016 STEM Education Conference
  • “These conferences continue to offer engaging presenters and touch on relevant and important educational topics”

    Damian McNamara, Teacher; eLearning Coordinator, St Michael's College - Attendee 2016 STEM Education Conference
  • “A range of activities and an insight into problem-based and interdisciplinary learning, along with strategies for whole-school change”

    Jacqui Van Ruiten, Norwood Morialta High School
  • “The conference was excellent, I have learnt so much about what schools are doing in STEM. It was informative inspiring and an excellent opportunity to meet enthusiastic teachers”

    Barbara Moutray, St Joseph’s Catholic College
  • “Broad ranging and topical, interesting and experienced pedagogues with a healthy mix of industry! Excellent!”

    Catherine Angel, Airds High School

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