STEME

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group

Re-imagining futures in STEME

Author: Dr. Peta White

Expressions of Interest close soon for presenting at the CAR Symposium

Expressions of interest are due on Friday 2nd October for the 2020 CAR Symposium https://deakinsteme.org/event-category/car-symposiums/  Please click this link https://deakinsteme.org/event/2020-contemporary-approaches-to-research-in-mathematics-scienc …

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Posted in Posts by Dr. Peta White on September 29, 2020

The Science Team support STAVCON

Deakin University – School of Education is excited to announce that we have just nominated as a GOLD Sponsor of the Science Teachers Association of Victoria – STAVCON. Several members of the Science Education team will be presenting on the day – an onl …

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Posted in Posts by Dr. Peta White on September 26, 2020

STEMFEST

Teacher Professional Learning for STEM Futures Start 2021 with some great STEM professional learning! STEMFEST2021-poster Teacher Professional Learning for STEM futures Friday, 26th February 2021, 9am – 3pm Suitable for all educators – Early Years, Mid …

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Posted in Events by Dr. Peta White on September 26, 2020

Australasian Science Education Research Association – online conference

Great representation of the STEME Research Group members presenting at the online ASERA conference. We prerecorded our presentations and they are included here: 2020 Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) Presentations – online! In …

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Posted in Posts by Dr. Peta White on June 24, 2020

LUMAT Research Symposium – Promoting STEAM in Education

Our colleague Maija Aksela (LUMA Centre – Finland) has invited us to join her and her colleague on the 3 – 4th June 2020 for this online symposium. The symposium is free of charge and will be managed at times when it is ok to participate from Australia …

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Posted in Posts by Dr. Peta White on April 30, 2020

Visiting Scholar – Presenting from homeland

Patricia (Trish) Patrick was coming to Deakin as a Visiting Scholar…. before Covid-19!  She is a Fulbright Scholar researching in Indonesia (we will host a presentation soon where Trish will showcase her research).  She currently resides in the US. We …

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Posted in Posts by Dr. Peta White on April 27, 2020

Energy Storage and the Circular Economy – Online Symposium – Monday 4th May 2020

The Institute of Frontier Materials (IFM) at Deakin University hosts the storEnergy Training Centre. Researchers in the centre focus on a range of issues and development opportunities exploring the circular economy and battery storage. This open/public …

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Posted in Posts by Dr. Peta White on April 27, 2020

Energy Research and the Circular Economy Symposium

The Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) at Deakin University hosts the StorEnergy Training Centre. Researchers in the centre focus on a range of issues and development opportunities exploring the circular economy and battery storage. This open/publi …

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Posted in Events by Dr. Peta White on April 8, 2020

Supporting elementary teachers’ planning and assessing of mathematical reasoning.

Davidson, A., Herbert, E. S., & Bragg, L. A. (2019). Supporting elementary teachers’ planning and assessing of mathematical reasoning. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 17(6), 1151-1171.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Peta White on February 14, 2020

Developing primary pre-service teachers’ mathematical content knowledge: opportunities and influences.

Livy, S., Herbert, E. S., & Vale, C. (2019). Developing primary pre-service teachers’ mathematical content knowledge: opportunities and influences. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 31(3), 279-299.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Peta White on February 14, 2020

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