Our free resources are making STEM relevant in the classroom. They are mapped to the Australian National Curriculum and take the stress out of online content planning and creation. The selection of articles, videos, professional learning and hands-on activities are designed for R-12 students and focus on Science as a Human Endeavour to inspire and excite students about all things STEM.
To find career inspiration and activities to engage students in your lessons, visit our Education platform where highlights include:
- Daily resources – taking up to the minute science stories and mapping them to the science curriculum along with questions to assess understanding whilst providing context and relevance for students.
- In Class With… – celebrated science personalities answer students’ questions about STEM as part of the popular ‘In Class With…’ series. The series offers students unique opportunities to interact with inspirational speakers as they share their stories and achievements.
- Career profiles – find out who is applying their STEM knowledge in the real-world by hearing from a diversity of professionals from around Australia. Raise students’ awareness of STEM careers and learn what they do, why they do it, and how they got there.
- STEM Packs – each pack contains a range of resources on a specific STEM theme and are designed to teach students subject understanding, as well as how to develop scientific thinking skills about real-world problems. They will help students understand how science and society influence each other and encourage students to develop their STEM literacies and competencies.
As part of The Royal Institution of Australia, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to connecting people with the world of science, the Education platform is supported by the South Australian Department for Education.
To access all these resources and more, for FREE head to the Education platform here.
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