Contemporary practices in STEM education

STEMinar Series 2017
Monash Education

Description

The Engaging STEM Education seminar series intends to explore various aspects of STEM education with a focus on implications for learning and teaching. The final in this series for 2017 challenges us to think about the possibilities inherent in this construct by questioning - what are the contemporary practices underpinning Primary STEM education?

A panel of educators will provide practical insights into their thinking and experiences while focusing on: - classroom planning and teaching - building partnerships with outside organisations to enhance STEM education - strategic approaches for sharing STEM experience and expertise.

Discussion Panel

Dr Kathy Smith - Senior Lecturer, Monash University

Dr Angela Fitzgerald - Director Professional Experience, Monash University

Dr Jennifer Mansfield - Lecturer, Monash University

Alexandra Ogloff - Classroom Teacher, St Joseph's Primary School, Hawthorn

Jordyn Whittington - STEM Leader & Classroom Teacher, Scoresby Primary School

Jaclyn Rooney - Head of Content Stile Education

Ben Liu - Learning Engagement Manager, Wildlife & Conservation Science, Zoos Victoria

Lucas Johnson - STEM Leader & Classroom Teacher, St James Catholic Primary School, Brighton

Shelley Waldon - Project Officer, Science & Innovation, Catholic Education Services

Heather Ablett - Head of Primary School, The Knox School

(Presenter details correct at time of presentation)