• STEM

STEM - Beyond the Acronym (AISWA/CEWA P-8 STEM Day)

PL # 12389.
Starting on 23 Oct 2019
Cancellation permitted until 18/10/2019
PricingNormal
For Members$60
For Non-Members$100
Registration Close Date 22/10/2019
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Registrations open to

  • AISWA Member Schools (non-CEO)
  • Non-Members

Description

** PRESENTERS - you will be sent a separate registration link. Please Do NOT use this page to register. Expressions of Interest to present form both AISWA and CEWA teachers can be submitted here. Please submit separate submissions for AM and PM sessions, if offering both.    https://bit.ly/2NFK0n9

** CEWA SCHOOLS - please register for the same event and same pricing through the CEWA PL website

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STEM projects are an exciting, efficient and engaging way of addressing subject content, the skills of project-based learning and most of the General Capabilities. Join AISWA and CEWA teachers and school leaders for a whole day iSTEM immersion. This is an opportunity for early years, primary and middle school teachers to share teaching strategies, resources and snapshots of great classroom projects. We are also going to share assessment/grading ideas. Network over morning tea and lunch (both included) and build your PLNs during activity sessions.

SHORT KEYNOTE: 

"STEM - Beyond the Acronym" 

AM: MINI HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS 

Participate in a range of mini-workshops covering a wide range of equipment, resources and activities (kindly offered by vendors and teachers). Rotate through several different workshops and see what schools are using for hands-on activities. As a small sample of what's on offer, workshops will include:

  • ClassVR and Merge Cube
  • Little Scientists – Early Years iSTEM
  • KodeKLIX - STEM in Practice
  • Minecraft:EDU
  • MakeyMakey – iSTEM projects
  • Check The Clues – Logic-based problem-soving 
  • 3D printing ideas
  • Micro:bit projects

 

PM: SHORT STEM PROJECT PRESENTATIONS from teachers 

Teachers will share descriptions of successful projects in their schools. These will be short and sharp and describe the authentic STEM subject content, student learning outcomes and pedagogical highlights across a range of year levels. 

Parents and members of the public are welcome to register for this workshop during Children's Week to get some personal hands-on experience with STEM education.

More Information

Presenters

Simon Fittock (AISWA Staff)

Technologies Consultant

Simon has a Bachelor of Education and Arts (F-7) from Flinders University (Adelaide) and is currently studying a Master of Education by research at Edith Cowan University. Simon has a keen interest in educational practice and has professional experience teaching in Australia, the United Kingdom and Sweden. He has been involved in state-wide STEM initiatives and supported schools and teachers in the implementation of STEM both as a teacher and professional learning consultant. Simon also has a passion for the Technologies curriculum area and the integration of digital technology as a way to enhance learners' educational experiences. 

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Segments

Event Segment

Date / Time

23/10/2019
Starts: 08:45
Finishes: 15:15

Address

AIM WA
76 Birkdale Street
Floreat WA 6014
Australia

Location Specifics

Auditorium, Leadership Building (bottom of carpark). Catered lunch and morning tea included. Registration from 8.15am.

Learning Area

  • STEM

School Area

  • Early Childhood (PK - 2)
  • Middle Primary (3-6)
  • Secondary (7-10)
  • Leadership
  • Education Assistants

Event Contact

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