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Podcast: STEM in the Middle & Elementary Years

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We chat with two amazing STEM teachers from Leicester Public Schools who are working hard to help their learners understand STEM form the early years and onward. Listen in to Dr Matthew X. Joseph and Mr James DePace as they describe some of the lessons & activities they've used to...

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Episode: 87

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Podcast: Early Learning STEM Australia

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We speak with Kym Simoncini and Matt Bacon as they describe the work being done by Early Learning STEM Australia (ELSA) project to assist 100 centres from across Australia use apps and picture books for helping preschoolers understand patterns, map making, encoding and decoding, and investigations.

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Episode: 85

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Podcast: Gifted Ed and OC enrichment with Desilee Tait & Dr Haydn Allbutt

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Providing science enrichment classes for students makes a huge difference for students, not only for the understanding of science but also in their appreciation of how science fits in their world. For the past 7 years, Desille Tait and Dr Hayden Allbutt have worked with the students of Loreto Kirribilli...

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Episode: 83

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Podcast: Mammoth Interactive with John Bura

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Learn how students of all ages can learn how to code games and more using the e-learning platform created by Mammoth Interactive. We speak with CEO and Lead Developer John Bura about his thoughts on teaching kids how to code.

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Impact vs. Difficulty – a visual guide

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Help students chart the impact vs. the difficulty of their project visually. With this simple tool they can work out whether their project is tactical, strategic, a luxury or a no brainer!

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Episode: 79

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Podcast: Mathematics with Prof. Asha Rao

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You can't help but be enthusiastic about mathematics when you hear from Asha Rao! Hailing from RMIT as a Professor and Associate Dean of Mathematical Sciences, Asha is a recent winner of the 2019-2020 Superstars of STEM program. Prepare to be inspired!

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Episode: 78

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Podcast: One World Robotics Competition

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The OneWorld Robotics competition is being held in Australia & Asian countries for 2019. Students applying digital literacy to a real-world problem!

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Using Root Cause Analysis for STEM Education

Ben Newsome

Using Root Cause Analysis helps you get the bottom of why problems are happening. Knowing these puts you in the perfect position to create positive change!

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Episode: 77

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Podcast: Engineers without borders

Ben Newsome

Find out more about Engineers without Borders from Erin Hughes, a 2019 Superstar of STEM & passionate advocate for indigenous education in the Torres Strait.

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Lesson ideas from LEGO Masters

Ben Newsome

You would be hard-pressed to find someone who has not grown up using LEGO bricks at some point in their lives and as such the TV show's audience ballooned on the back of this nostalgia, drawing in new enthusiasts of all ages. With this in mind, teachers can use the...

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Ideation & design thinking in STEM

Ben Newsome

Got a challenge you need to be solved? Having difficulty coming up with new ideas to solve it? Applying design thinking and ideation principles in a group think environment just might be the answer! 

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Episode: 75

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Podcast: The Power of Play with Liz Rossiter

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Liz Rossiter from Mud Kitchen describes how Unplug & Play Pop Up STEM playgrounds are helping kids explore science & engineering through play.

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Helping students structure scientific reports

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Scientific report writing is an essential part of science in the classroom. We look at ways students of different ages can structure meaningful lab reports.

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Episode: 73

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Podcast: Inspiring indigenous youth with Corey Tutt

Ben Newsome

Be inspired as we chat with Corey Tutt who has made it his mission to spread his love of science to remote and regional indigenous communities through sending science books to schools & linking these students to scientists via Skype.

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