Conference 2016

Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne - 7 November

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Linking teachers and students with scientists and mathematicians

The second ReMSTEP conference will be taking place at
the Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne on
Monday the 7th of November, 2016.

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Overview

The key innovation underpinning ReMSTEP is the exploration of ways of linking pre-service teachers to practising scientists and mathematicians, in order to represent the creativity and drive of scientific and mathematical thinking for these future teachers.

This agenda is part of a wider movement in Australia and internationally to bring school STEM practices closer to the way STEM is practised professionally.

A large part of this agenda is to make STEM subjects more relevant and engaging, and to better promote the thinking needed for effective participation in 21st century Australia.

The experience of ReMSTEP is thus very relevant for pioneering innovative teaching practices that engage school students in quality science and mathematics learning.

Come and learn about the impacts, outcomes and findings of the ReMSTEP project at our final conference.

Program

The program is still being developed, return here for details or sign up to our email list to stay informed.

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Speakers and Facilitators

Some of the speakers and facilitators

Prof Stephen Dinham

University of Melbourne

Prof Deborah Corrigan

Monash University

Prof Russell Tytler

Deakin University

Prof Vaughan Prain

La Trobe University

Dr David Hoxley

La Trobe University

Assoc Prof Stuart Palmer

Deakin University

Prof Cristina Varsavsky

Monash University

Assoc Prof Michele Livett

University of Melbourne

Prof David Clarke

University of Melbourne

Who should attend?

  • School leaders School Principals and Department Heads
  • Teacher-educators University and other teacher educators including in-service teacher mentors
  • Pre-service teachers Currently undertaking their training
  • Scientists and Mathematicians Academics and practioners
  • System leaders and policy makers

Why attend?

  • Learn about the project impacts, outcomes and findings
  • Improve maths and science teaching
  • Network, share ideas and foster partnerships

Venue

Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne

Crown Entertainment Complex,
8 Whiteman St Southbank VIC 3006

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Department of Education and Training

Supported by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training

The University of Melbourne
Monash University
Latrobe University
Deakin University

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