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Podcast: Teaching Paleobiology with Sally Hurst

Ben Newsome

Join Superstar of STEM Sally Hurst as we discuss how she teaches paleobiology at the Australian Museum and describes her passion for helping rural girls to get involved in STEM.

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Podcast: Pint of Science Australia

Ben Newsome

Fancy learning science over a pint or two? Perfect! Today we speak with Co-Chief Executive Officers Jin-oh Choi & Maria Roitman from Pint of Science Australia to learn about the public science communication events happening across 15 cities in Australia where you can learn from researchers about their work.

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Podcast: PancakeBot with Miguel Valenzuela

Ben Newsome

Pancakes! Say that word and students and adults alike can't help but smile. PancakeBot is an amazing tool to teach a love of STEM in its purest form and creator & founder Miguel Valenzuela drops by to describe how this is being used in many schools to teach about food...

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Podcast: Swinburne Space Challenge with Dr Sara Webb

Ben Newsome

Inspiring students to understand how astronomers really work is a true passion for Dr Sara Webb from Swinburne University of Technology. As one of the Superstars of STEM from Science & Technology Australia, she is a real advocate for widening participation in STEM.

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Podcast: Australian Science Olympiads with Alyssa Weirman

Ben Newsome

The Australian Science Olympiads have been run for many years, whereby highly motivated students in Australian high schools compete to be selected to be part of the team to represent Australia at the International Science Olympiads. We talk with Aly Weirman, Executive Director of Australian Science Innovations to learn more!

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Podcast: Capacity building in SciComm with Dr Graham Walker

Ben Newsome

Building capacity in science education is essential for global science literacy. We chat with Dr Graham Walker has been heavily involved in this through his work with Science Circus Africa, Science Circus Pacific and through his work via the National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS).

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Podcast: Unlocking potential with Building STEPS

Ben Newsome

Helping students reach their potential is at the heart of teaching. We speak with Debra Hettleman, CEO of Building STEPS to find out how her organisation has been working with 15 high schools in Baltimore to help under-represented students become science and technology professionals.

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Podcast: Space camp, the Endeavour Scholarship & AMCHAM

Ben Newsome

Opportunity for students aged 15 to 18 to apply to go to space camp! The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia (AmCham) is partnering with Kallman Worldwide and The Astronaut Al Worden Endeavour Scholarship to give four young Australians the opportunity of a lifetime to attend a week-long program at...

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Podcast: Teaching Physics through History with Kathy Joseph

Ben Newsome

From Faraday to Volta, there are plenty of amazing stories when it comes to the history of physics. So how do you teach it best to grab the intention of learners? We speak with Kathy Joseph, host of the YouTube channel Kathy Love Physics and author of The Lightning Tamers:...

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Podcast: STEM in the Ocean with ANMM

Ben Newsome

From marine archaeology to how boats float and much more, there is so much to learn at the Australian National Maritime Museum. It's here where events such as Women in STEM provide a real drawcard to students to the sea! We chat with Mathew Sloane and Anna Gregory to learn...

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Podcast: Marine Science with Jason Robertshaw

Ben Newsome

Jason Robertshaw has many years of experience in teaching marine sciences both in person and via distance learning. As the Programs Manager for Virtual Learning at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, he has a lot to share about how to inspire students about the marine sciences.

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Podcast: 3D Virtual Worlds with James Maynard

Ben Newsome

Imagine creating 3D virtual worlds that your students can explore, interact with and learn from. James Maynard drops by to chat about his thoughts about creating 3D virtual spaces for teaching students science.

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Podcast: Maths Teacher Circles with Michaela Epstein

Ben Newsome

Helping students understand mathematics is so critical when it comes to their future. We speak with Michaela Epstein, founder of Maths Teacher Circles, to learn some simple ways you can help students find delight in problem-solving.

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Podcast: Community STEM Projects through the T3 Alliance

Ben Newsome

Providing an avenue for students to learn and use their STEM skills for real community projects is at the heart of what the T3 Alliance does. Plus, you can get involved too! We speak with Adam Low who is the director of T3 Alaska and Director of the University of...

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