STEM 2021 On Demand registrations are still open, and the video content from this amazing online event is available to watch for free, on demand between now and the end of the year.
This week we are checking out the SCIENCE content available on STEM 2021 with some awesome science-related videos that can be utilised by science teachers as professional development and teaching resources.
KEYNOTE: Dr Adrian Brown - NASA, Mars2020 Deputy Program Scientist
In this update on the most exciting Mars mission ever, Dr Adrian Brown gives us a thrilling expert narration of the recent rover touchdown on Mars, outlines how the mission is progressing, what samples they aim to collect and how they plan to bring the samples back to earth.
EDTALK: Camille Thomson - National Education Program Manager, Academy of Technology and Engineering
Learn about the incredible teaching resources being produced as part of the STELR program! Hear about the STELR kits designed for the investigation of energy transformations and the physical sciences, modules and teacher development support all offered by STELR to help support science educators, and develop students toward the careers of the future.
WORKSHOP: Michael Kasumovic - Associate Professor, UNSW & Founder of Arludo
In this inquisitive presentation, Michael will introduce you to the Arludo apps which are designed to support a philosophy of encouraging curiosity in students, and a way to make mobile devices an engaging, unique, learning experience.
Make sure you visit our online networking forum, The Networking Lounge where you can join the conversation on a range of STEM-related discussions including robotics, EdTech, design thinking and virtual reality. Moderated by STEM superstars, The Networking Lounge is home to some lively discussions particularly in the “International Perspectives on STEM Education” and ‘The Power of Design Thinking’ forums. Make sure you join the chat to find out more!
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