Little Scientists Engineering Workshop – NESA Registered PD
March 26, 2020 - March 26, 2020
142 Addison Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Explore physical forces while leveraging, lifting, swinging and moving, and unleash your inner engineer. Are you an inventor or do you like to immerse yourself into step-by-step instructions? Discover how to playfully integrate technical education into a nurturing learning environment.
This STEM learning opportunity will help you:
- learn how to recognise opportunities for technical education
- explore invention, production, analysis and experimentation as facets of engineering
- recognise individual preferences in technical education and explore your own technical approach
- discover physical forces while leveraging, lifting, swinging and moving
- benefit from the exchange with like-minded educators and reflect on your current practice
- feel confident in unlocking the wonders of STEM.You will also receive comprehensive materials with lots of STEM ideas and information about inquiry-based practices.
Topic learning objectives
- Invention, analysis, production and technical experiment as gateways to technical education
- Recognising individual preferences in technical education
- Physical forces and their effects in everyday life
Good to know: This workshop provides educators and teachers with a variety of tools and educational concepts to meet a range of requirements of the NQF and the EYLF.
Parking: Parking is available within the vicinity of the venue
Further information: Wear clothing suitable for hands-on activities and experiments.
Cost: $200 per participant. Ticket cost includes morning and afternoon tea. Please BYO lunch.
Who? This workshop is suitable for all educators and teachers and prior STEM knowledge is not required.
Facilitators: Louise Black, Little Scientists trainer.
To learn more or to register, please visit this link.