Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group
Re-imagining futures in STEME
Evaluation of the Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools project
This project evaluated the model and outcomes of the CSIRO managed SMiS program using a variety of evaluative tools including an economic analysis.
- Dr. Gaye Williams
- Professor Russell Tytler
- Dr. Peta White
- Professor David Symington
Tytler, R., Symington, D., Williams, G., & White, P. (2017). Enlivening STEM education through school-community partnerships. In STEM Education in the Junior Secondary School: The State of Play. Editor(s): Jorgensen R, Larkin K. 249-271. Springer
Tytler, R., Symington, D., Williams, G., White, P., Campbell, C., Chittleborough, G., Upstill, G., Roper, E., & Dziadkiewicz (2015). Building productive partnerships for STEM Education: Evaluating the model and outcomes of the Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools program. Melbourne: Deakin University. Available at: https://www.csiro.au/en/Education/Programs/STEM-Professionals-in-Schools/How-the-program-works/Program-evaluation
Campbell, C., & Tytler, R. (2018). Scientists and Mathematicians in schools: CSIRO, Australia. In L. Hobbs, C. Campbell, & M. Jones (Eds.) School-based partnerships in teacher education (pp. 247-257). Singapore: Springer.