STEME

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group

Re-imagining futures in STEME

Past Events

The events listed here have concluded.  If you see anything that you are interested in please contact the Deakin STEME Group member who hosted the event.

 

12 August 2019
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15 August 2019

Family Science Games Night – 2019

Deakin University – STEME Team is hosting three Family Science Games Nights during National Science Week. Come along to an exciting evening playing science board games. Have fun with family and friends and learn some science. Each Deakin University cam …

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12 July 2019

Climate Change Education Forum

This day is dedicated to explore current state of Climate Change education in Victoria and to help create a vision for the future of climate change education in the state. The day will be delivered through a range of workshops from 10am to 4pm. Worksho …

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11 April 2019

Integrative Ecology Symposium

Integrative Ecology Investigates the Living Environment. Deakin University’s Centre for Integrative Ecology (CIE) combines the study of ecology, evolution, and ecological physiology. This symposium, hosted in collaboration with Deakin University’s stra …

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13 July 2018
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17 July 2018

Family Science Games Night 2018

Come along to an exciting evening of science games! Each Deakin University campus will be hosting a Family Science Games night where families can play a range of science educational games. Find the right species in Go Extinct, learn about the body in O …

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13 July 2018

Nano-technology: the science and the social implications

Bringing together key Deakin University scientists (each researching different aspects of nanotechnology) and teachers who are interested in representing this contemporary science and its implications in school classrooms, this FREE symposium is not to …

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23 February 2018

Applying Bourdieuian thinking to disciplinary settings: The case of teacher education research and (the field of) field experience

Visting Scholar Seminar   Professor Kathleen Nolan draws on the conceptual tools of Bourdieu’s social field theory in the context of a research study on the role of university supervision in teacher education field experience (school practicum). T …

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12 February 2018

What Works? Developing a Scientific Agenda to Inform Teaching and Learning Policy and Practice

The widely promoted policy-oriented ‘what works?’ agenda aims to offer advice to teachers and schools based on a scientifically generated evidence base. It has been criticised by educational research for several decades but remains a preference for pol …

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19 October 2016

2016 STEM Education Forum

Putting STEM Education Under the Microscope Download the promotional flyer Keynote Speakers Professor Julian Williams Professor of Mathematics Education University of Manchester   Situating STEM within a Funds of Knowledge perspective on problem s …

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27 May 2016

VRiE seminar series 2016

Disentangling Modes of Social Interaction in Student Collaborative Problem Solving by Dr. Esther Chan, Research Fellow at the International Centre for Classroom Research, University of Melbourne Abstract This presentation reports research conducted in …

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27 March 2015

VRiE seminar series 2015

March 27  – Prof. David Clarke The role of video in methodologically distinct research designs by Prof. David Clarke, University of Melbourne. Friday 27 March, 2015 3pm – 5pm Meeting Room 3, Melbourne City Centre Level 3, 550 Bourke Street Video confer …

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17 March 2008
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18 March 2008

SiMERR Forum 2008

‘Charting futures for Science, ICT, Mathematics Education in Rural and Regional Victoria’ A forum sponsored by SiMERR Australia and the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development 17 and 18 March 2008, Geelong. The aim of the foru …

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