Presented by Robin McKean of St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls, with Karen Donnelly, Louisa Kennard, Jamie Pearce, Jonelle Mascarenhas, Sharne Clayton, Teresa Richards and Beth Stubbs
In this workshop you will see a working model of an interdisciplinary STE(A)M program embedded across a primary school curriculum, with a budget….
This FREEly evolving STE(A)M program includes:
- A flexible SMiS partnership between our partnered STEM professional and our teachers, that has provided access to real-world, contemporary Arduino, electronics and technical drawing experiences and that add rigour to the year 6 Science, Design Technologies and Visual Arts curriculum.
- Taleblazing where students use visual blocks of code to create their own historical and mathematical narrative and location based AR mobile game in the environment of the Perth Zoo.
- Microblitzing in an interactive and kitchen science learning adventure with a digital technologies, design technologies and citizen science blend.
- Algo-Rhythm where we code and choreograph avatars, animations, robots, students and even teachers.