Thursday, January 10 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Sustainability & Skills in Science (72)

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Build the HOT HOUSE, a STEM resource that facilitates problem solving and practical skills essential for up-skilling for employment. Science with a sustainability context based around physics, thermal transfers and health & well being. Resource contains a house template to build, worksheets, video and non-itch low carbon recycled cotton insulation.

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Andy Bullough

Senior Research Fellow, CDARE
I am the Curriculum Development lead for Primary Science For All and currently I am interested in SEN and in particular into how aspects of psychology relate to good teaching and learning and consequently professional practice. Enjoy working with people and also like developing contextualised... Read More →
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David Garlovsky

David Garlovsky pioneered an education method that fosters self-confidence within teaching/learning; effective in encouraging invention and problem solving through application of scientific, technology, engineering and mathematical concepts. Making learning enjoyable and encouraging... Read More →

Thursday January 10, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Murray Learning Centre LG14