The curriculum resource modules are intended for teachers interested in integrated STEM teaching and learning approaches that engage students in collaborative learning to solve authentic, real world problems.
People like to share music and videos using their phones in different social situations. To do this, sound must often be amplified.
In this module, students consider the relevance of STEM learning and the role it plays in healthcare. They learn that biomedical engineers and doctors work together to continually improve and creatively invent revolutionary devices that enable people with disabilities to complete daily life tasks efficiently and effectively.
In this digitally connected world, digital interactions and daily activities like searching online, using debit or credit cards, tracking a workout, buying takeaway or using commercial transport all leave behind a trail of data.
This module challenges students to use accessible digital technologies and hands-on engineering to measure simulated seismic vibrations, analyse and present data, and determine criteria for the design of earthquake tolerant buildings.
In this module, students use their knowledge of this significant health issue to develop a mathematically rigorous solution that allows Australians determine their level of sun exposure.
A STEM learning module should encourage learning that is student-led and teacher-facilitated, and have an open-ended problem-solving approach. Problem solving involves an intellectual struggle that provides opportunities for higher-order thinking, reasoning and creativity.
Online professional learning modules are available for teachers to encourage deeper exploration of the pedagogical principles that underpin the curriculum resource modules.
This online Professional Learning Module (PLM) is designed to support teachers as they enrich STEM teaching and learning in their classroom.
This online Professional Learning Module (PLM) is designed to support teachers to enrich STEM teaching and learning in their classroom.