Additional keynote speakers announced for STEM 2021 On Demand!
16 Mar 2021
It’s not long now until we launch STEM 2021 On Demand which is shaping up to be an unbelievable showcase of the wonderful world of STEM.
Launching on Monday 19 April, STEM 2021 On Demand offers an astonishing amount of free content including inspirational keynote presentations, EdTalks, practical workshops and access to a range of engaging STEM-related content.
Upskill your STEM knowledge
With so much content available free and on demand, STEM 2021 is the perfect option for teachers looking to upskill their STEM knowledge and further their professional development.
Featuring content across a range of industry verticals including STEM education, engineering, aerospace and cybersecurity, STEM 2021 can be easily packaged as a ready-made staff development day by utilising the extensive range of content available from some of Australia and the world’s leading experts on creativity, innovation, education and STEM.
With such an incredible program already on offer, we’re excited to announce the following keynote speakers have just been confirmed for STEM 2021 On Demand:
Narelle Underwood - NSW Surveyor General
As a Superstar of STEM and brand ambassador for the Get Kids into Survey program, Narelle is passionate about increasing the public visibility of STEM careers and encouraging school students to develop STEM skills.
Dr Adrian Brown - NASA Mars Rover Project
Learn first hand about M2020 from one of NASA’s key scientists, Deputy Program Scientist, M2020 Mission, NASA, Dr Adrian Brown who will share what it’s like to work in space and in particular, on the M2020 Mission.
Laureate Professor Jennifer Gore - University of Newcastle
As Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Centre at the University of Newcastle, Professor Gore will discuss why quality teaching matters for the future of STEM as well as her research into the quality and equity of teacher development and enhancing student outcomes.
EDTALKS + WORKSHOPS
In addition to these keynote speakers, this year’s program will feature a range of EdTalks, workshops and case studies from the likes of Google, Department of Primary Industries, Varley, NASA Goddard Space Centre, Adobe, NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node, Deloitte, CSU as well as many more. So, make sure you’re registered to enjoy free access to this amazing content!
STEM 2021 On Demand has been made possible by the incredible support of our amazing sponsors. We would like to thank the following sponsors for their ongoing support and commitment in sharing the STEM message as well as the many companies who have offered their support along the way.