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STEM Learning Project

Our STEM Learning Project brings to life resources you can use to inspire, educate and elevate your students’ STEM experiences.

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STEM Learning Project

Healthy doses of empathy, knowledge and passion make for great teachers. And at Scitech, we believe the other element required to keep students engaged and equipped for the future is great resources.

Developed by educators, our STEM Learning Project was created in conjunction with WA’s Educational Computing, Mathematical and Science Teachers associations. And with the support of these clever people, we’re able to provide teachers across the state with free inspirational resources, all aligned with the Western Australian curriculum.

The resources are designed to support you when following a Problem Based Learning approach. The program is delivered in a face-to-face workshop format and resources are made available on the Department of Education’s portal. And, best of all, from Kindergarten all the way up to Year 12, the diversity of content means the resources can be used in an integrative way.

The STEM Learning Project has already proven to be a huge success in generating students’ interest in STEM – with teachers giving it a 99% approval rating.

Engaging Western Australians in STEM

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