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STEM Industry School Partnerships

STEM Industry School Partnerships

Engage. Inspire. Develop. Cultivate.

Telephone(02) 4990 1977

Emailadmin@sisp.com.au

 

What is SISP?

The STEM Industry Schools Partnership (SISP) is an initiative of the NSW Department of Education, delivered in association with Regional Development Australia.

Through the connection of education and industry, we provide an educational model that engages students, inspires them to study STEM and prepares them for STEM careers.  More Info >

 

Our Team

Dr Scott Sleap

PROJECT LEAD, scott.sleap@det.nsw.edu.au

Dr Scott Sleap is a leading Australian expert in STEM education and workforce development with over 20 years’ experience in various secondary and tertiary education and workforce development roles. Dr Sleap is responsible for the development and implementation of numerous STEM-based vocational and University programs, which earned him the prestigious Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in 2018. Dr Sleap is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of the STEM Industry School Partnership Program.

Mr Matt Scott

PROJECT MANAGER, matthew.scott7@det.nsw.edu.au

Matt Scott is currently STEM Curriculum Advisor 7-12 for the NSW Department of Education, providing STEM implementation and program support for secondary staff and schools as well as strategic advice for the department. Previosuly as Head Teacher STEM at Canobolas Rural Technology High School in Orange, NSW. In this role, he was responsible for the establishment of the natioanlly recognised STEM curriculum for Stage 4 and 5. His philosophy for STEM education includes integrating career stories so students can 'see what they can be'. In his role as SISP Project manager, he is responsible for supporting the Project Lead in the development and implementation of the program.

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Upcoming events

Wednesday

11

December

SISP Hunter Awards

Date

11 December

Time

All day

Location
Newcastle University

All award winners (as nominated by our judging panel) will receive their awards at The Hunter SISP STEM Central Award Ceremony at Newcastle University on Wednesday 11th December. An invitation for award winners, their parents and school representatives will be issued closer to the date.