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STEM 2022 is an initiative of Hunter Academy of STEM Excellence based at Maitland Grossmann High School. The conference is supported by the NSW Department of Education’s STEM Industry School Partnerships program, and brings together leading experts in STEM education, innovation and creativity.
The STEM 2022 live, in-person conference will be held on Monday 18th July 2022 (Term 3 Staff Development Day), at the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley.
STEM 2022 will feature inspirational keynote addresses from the likes of Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, Executive Dean – Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University and Nathan Towney, Pro Vice-Chancellor – Indigenous Strategy and Leadership at the University of Newcastle.
Numerous deep dive workshops will be delivered by renowned STEM and education experts and there will be plenty of opportunities for professional networking during and after the conference.
Find out more and register: www.STEM2022.com.au
Who should attend STEM 2022?
STEM 2022 is for educators, students, professionals and STEM enthusiasts alike. 92% of previous delegates would recommend the event to their colleagues and 80% of delegates have indicated that STEM 2021 On Demand has assisted them to increase the amount of STEM instruction in their school or classroom.
The speakers will offer engaging content for educators at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels. For school principals, executive staff and teachers, STEM 2022 offers an excellent opportunity for whole school professional development.
The below speakers are already lined up and we continue to confirm additional speakers.