Learning Futures Advisor, Curtin University
All levels of education are embracing problem-based approaches to learning, but Primary education is uniquely placed to enable a truly integrated model of challenge-based inquiry without the distractions of disciplinary boundaries.
This session will consider how students can engage with real world challenges that enable them to bring concepts and subject matter from across the entire curriculum into their learning experience.
All Primary teachers; all Secondary teachers; Pres Service Teachers; Those interested in STEM / STEAM
About the Presenter:
Kim Flintoff is the Learning Futures Advisor at Curtin University.
As a member of the Learning Futures team within Curtin Teaching and Learning his role involves developing innovative solutions aligned with the university’s strategic vision of teaching and learning.
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