Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are part of everyday life and an increasing part of every workplace.
Government and business sectors have indicated an urgent need for a greater focus on STEM education in Australia if the country is to remain competitive.
Building STEM capacity supports innovation, productivity and competitiveness. STEM capacity drives the generation of new ideas and solutions to societal challenges and shapes new industries and companies.
professional development sessions for STEM teachers
Surat-based secondary students benefited from 3 'My Digital World' events
Bowen-based primary students attended the first 'Technology Festive' day
of participants reported a positive influence on their STEM subject and career interest
My Digital World Day
Delivers a stimulating ‘My Digital World Day’ for a hundred students,to excite and engage their interest in STEM and the tertiary and career pathways that STEM subjects can offer.
Teacher professional development
Provides high-quality, much needed and requested teacher professional development to equip teachers with improved skills in teaching the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) curriculum with a dedicated focus on the new national digital technologies curriculum
This full-day event engages students and staff in a robotics session and workshop. The theme of these activities is digital technology and involves drones, autonomous systems and humanoid robots.