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(VIC) STEM in the classroom, Thurs 1 August (Preston)

Presented by Paulo da Silva

In Australia, while teachers recognise the importance of STEM Education in schools, some confusion remains regarding what STEM Education is and how its integration into our classrooms can benefit our students. This workshop aims to help teachers find ways to develop engaging and most importantly, relevant STEM tasks capable of motivating students to further develop valuable 21st century skills such as critical thinking, creativity and problem solving.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • gain valuable insights on the importance of STEM Education for Australian students
  • see how engaging STEM activities can motivate students to understand how lifelong learning is vital to their future in a highly automated-technology driven society
  • view our new Year 7–10 series – Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum
  • receive a complimentary Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum textbook of your choice.*

About the presenter:
Paulo da Silva is a passionate STEM educator with a varied background in ICT, Earth Sciences and STEM Curriculum Design. Paulo encourages students to use their curiosity and creativity to design, prototype, discover and innovate.

ADDRESS
Mantra Bell City
215 Bell Street
Preston
VIC 3072
DATE
Thursday 1 August
TIME
4:15pm - Registration / afternoon tea 4:30pm - Workshop 5:20pm - Resource presentation / prize draw
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(VIC) STEM in the classroom, Wed 14 August (Glen Waverley)

Presented by Paulo da Silva

In Australia, while teachers recognise the importance of STEM Education in schools, some confusion remains regarding what STEM Education is and how its integration into our classrooms can benefit our students. This workshop aims to help teachers find ways to develop engaging and most importantly, relevant STEM tasks capable of motivating students to further develop valuable 21st century skills such as critical thinking, creativity and problem solving.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • gain valuable insights on the importance of STEM Education for Australian students
  • see how engaging STEM activities can motivate students to understand how lifelong learning is vital to their future in a highly automated-technology driven society
  • view our new Year 7–10 series – Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum
  • receive a complimentary Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum textbook of your choice.*

About the presenter:
Paulo da Silva is a passionate STEM educator with a varied background in ICT, Earth Sciences and STEM Curriculum Design. Paulo encourages students to use their curiosity and creativity to design, prototype, discover and innovate.

ADDRESS
Novotel
285 Springvale Road
Glen Waverley
VIC 3150
DATE
Wednesday 14 August
TIME
4:15pm - Registration / afternoon tea 4:30pm - Workshop 5:20pm - Resource presentation / prize draw
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(VIC) Exploring the enhanced teaching and learning support in the new Essential Mathematics for Victoria, Thurs 1 Aug (Preston)

Presented by David Greenwood

This workshop will focus on:

  • explaining and demonstrating enhanced differentiated learning programs
  • resources in the areas of Problem Solving, Modelling and Applications
  • strengthening our interpretation of the AC/VC proficiency strands and
  • how technology can be used to bridge the gap between handwritten solutions and digital recording of answers. 


Attendees will receive a free copy of an Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum Second Edition resource of their choice*

About the presenter:
David Greenwood is Head of Mathematics at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne and has 25+ years’ experience teaching mathematicss from Years 7 to 12. He has run numerous workshops within Australia and overseas regarding the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and the use of technology for the teaching of mathematics. He has written more than 30 mathematics titles and has a particular interest in the sequencing of curriculum content and working with the Australian Curriculum proficiency strands.

ADDRESS
Mantra Bell City
215 Bell Street
Preston
VIC 3072
DATE
Thursday 1 August
TIME
4:15pm - Registration / afternoon tea 4:30pm - Workshop 5:20pm - Resource presentation / prize draw
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(VIC) Exploring the enhanced teaching and learning support in the new Essential Mathematics for Victoria, Wed 7 Aug (Heatherton)

Presented by David Greenwood

This workshop will focus on:

  • explaining and demonstrating enhanced differentiated learning programs
  • resources in the areas of Problem Solving, Modelling and Applications
  • strengthening our interpretation of the AC/VC proficiency strands and
  • how technology can be used to bridge the gap between handwritten solutions and digital recording of answers. 


Attendees will receive a free copy of an Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum Second Edition resource of their choice*

About the presenter:
David Greenwood is Head of Mathematics at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne and has 25+ years’ experience teaching mathematicss from Years 7 to 12. He has run numerous workshops within Australia and overseas regarding the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and the use of technology for the teaching of mathematics. He has written more than 30 mathematics titles and has a particular interest in the sequencing of curriculum content and working with the Australian Curriculum proficiency strands.

ADDRESS
Melbourne Golf Academy
385 Centre Dandenong Road
Heatherton
VIC 3202
DATE
Wednesday 7 August
TIME
4:15pm - Registration / afternoon tea 4:30pm - Workshop 5:20pm - Resource presentation / prize draw
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(VIC) Exploring the enhanced teaching and learning support in the new Essential Mathematics for Victoria, Wed 14 Aug (Glen Waverley)

Presented by David Greenwood

This workshop will focus on:

  • explaining and demonstrating enhanced differentiated learning programs
  • resources in the areas of Problem Solving, Modelling and Applications
  • strengthening our interpretation of the AC/VC proficiency strands and
  • how technology can be used to bridge the gap between handwritten solutions and digital recording of answers. 


Attendees will receive a free copy of an Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum Second Edition resource of their choice*

About the presenter:
David Greenwood is Head of Mathematics at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne and has 25+ years’ experience teaching mathematicss from Years 7 to 12. He has run numerous workshops within Australia and overseas regarding the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and the use of technology for the teaching of mathematics. He has written more than 30 mathematics titles and has a particular interest in the sequencing of curriculum content and working with the Australian Curriculum proficiency strands.

ADDRESS
Novotel
285 Springvale Road
Glen Waverley
VIC 3150
DATE
Wednesday 14 June
TIME
4:15pm - Registration / afternoon tea 4:30pm - Workshop 5:20pm - Resource presentation / prize draw
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(VIC) Exploring the enhanced teaching and learning support in the new Essential Mathematics for Victoria, Wed 21 Aug (South Morang)

Presented by David Greenwood

This workshop will focus on:

  • explaining and demonstrating enhanced differentiated learning programs
  • resources in the areas of Problem Solving, Modelling and Applications
  • strengthening our interpretation of the AC/VC proficiency strands and
  • how technology can be used to bridge the gap between handwritten solutions and digital recording of answers. 


Attendees will receive a free copy of an Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum Second Edition resource of their choice*

About the presenter:
David Greenwood is Head of Mathematics at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne and has 25+ years’ experience teaching mathematicss from Years 7 to 12. He has run numerous workshops within Australia and overseas regarding the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and the use of technology for the teaching of mathematics. He has written more than 30 mathematics titles and has a particular interest in the sequencing of curriculum content and working with the Australian Curriculum proficiency strands.

ADDRESS
Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre
35 Ferres Blvd
South Morang
VIC 3752
DATE
Wednesday 21 August
TIME
4:15pm - Registration / afternoon tea 4:30pm - Workshop 5:20pm - Resource presentation / prize draw
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