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Video: Embracing diversity in STEM learning

Keilly Santos, a student from Hoover High School in Alabama, discusses the importance of embracing diversity in STEM education to develop the future generation of leaders. By being inclusive, she says, everyone is given the opportunity to contribute their ideas, experience and creativity.

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Video: The science of memorisation

Neuroscientist and Guinness World Record Holder for Memory, Dr Boris Nikolai Konrad, discusses memorisation and how memory techniques can be used to help improve student engagement and learning.

Video: Answering student NAPLAN questions

Ahead of upcoming 2019 NAPLAN testing in mid-May, Jenny Donovan, Executive Director for the Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation at the NSW Department of Education, provides expert advice for Year 7 and Year 9 students about to sit the test.

 

Webinar: Renewable power for schools

In a webinar by Flow Power, presenters Stephen Au who manages Flow Power’s renewable portfolio, and Flow Power Business Development Manager Tricia Lorenzo, discuss how schools can go 100% renewable by accessing Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).

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Video: Enriching STEAM learning with the Rubik’s Cube

Secondary teacher, Dan Van der Vieren, has been using the Rubik’s Cube in his maths classroom for several years. He discusses how the Rubik’s Cube can be incorporated into the teaching of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) to enrich student learning and engagement.

Video: Engaging our students

Several Queensland education leaders discuss the importance of creating a sense of community in schools, where each student feels known and valued, and is engaged in their learning.