READY... SET... TEACH!
In collaboration with Swinburne University's premier science education provider, KIOSC, PrimeSCI! presents the 2017 STEM Professional Learning series, where we will share our best and time-tested teaching methods, and resources to get your students SERIOUSLY CURIOUS.
PrimeSCI! and KIOSC Professional Learning workshops are designed to arm primary school teachers with confidence in the teaching of good STEM by:
Venue: KIOSC Discovery Centre, Swinburne University of Technology, Wantirna Campus
Chemistry Across the Curriculum
Physics Across the Curriculum
Coding In the Classroom
Bookings close on Thursday 13th April!
Download the flyer (PDF, 142KB)
A high-impact and fun-filled series of workshops, backed by years of experience in the classroom delivery of science instruction, is now available for the most important resource of your school - your teachers.
Let us help your teachers remove the anxiety from the science components of the National Curriculum, and show how science can be powerfully delivered to young minds with confidence.
Get your team of teachers curious with PrimeSCI! Prices start at $800 (inc. GST).
Contact the PrimeSCI! Office to book your Professional Development Workshop.
Download the 2016 PrimeSCI! Professional Development Flyer (PDF, 1.9 MB)
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There are two types of Professional Learning sessions:
a) Classroom Science (1.5 hrs)
This session is tailored for teachers before they embark on their chosen science topic, and comes complete with activities, investigations, and accompanying worksheets.
Prices starting from $800 (excl GST) for one topic, one year level for up to 10 staff members.
b) Staffroom Science (1.5 hrs)
This workshop is an excellent way for staff to bond over explosions and coffee. Topic selection: States of Matter, Human Body Gallery, Energy and Electricity
Prices starting from $1000 (no maximum numbers)
Professional Development topics include:
The Secret Life of Plants
Earth and Space Sciences
Mathematical Secrets of the Solar System
Electricity and Circuits