Activity: Academic engagement & professional development › Content creation/delivery
An interactive webinar focused on practical, accessible digital technology practices in STEM education underpinned by evidence-based, student-centred principles.
It was delivered to Malaysian teachers and pre-service teachers.
Abstract advertising the session: High quality STEM education is crucial to ensuring our children develop the dynamic knowledge, confidence, and skillsets needed to prosper in our increasingly complex, interconnected world. An emerging challenge for STEM educators is the need to enrich their teaching and have the confidence to work with digital technologies without abandoning evidence-based, student-centred principles. In this interactive session, we want to address this challenge with you by providing a conceptual framework for STEM education and drawing on our experiences as STEM educators at one of Australia’s leading online universities to outline some practical, accessible digital technology practices.