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USQ: STEAM in action #4 - Collaboration

USQ: STEAM in action #4 - Collaboration

November 13, 2018

Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice?

This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform the learning and teaching of general capabilities. In the spirit of pushing boundaries and offering up possibilities, this series engages with educators who offer a range of insights, experiences and expertise that will intrigue, excite and cause you to think differently.

Push your thinking about what is possible, outside the traditional school settings to promote collaboration with USQ academic, Associate Professor Angela Fitzgerald and Robyn Marsh, Regional Head of Curriculum – Diverse Learners: Gifted and Talented.

For more information about STEAM in practice, visit the USQ website.

USQ: STEAM in action #3 - Critical Thinking

USQ: STEAM in action #3 - Critical Thinking

November 5, 2018

Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice?

This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform the learning and teaching of general capabilities. In the spirit of pushing boundaries and offering up possibilities, this series engages with educators who offer a range of insights, experiences and expertise that will intrigue, excite and cause you to think differently.

More critical thinking needed!! Do you know what is meant by this?

Learn the importance of critical thinking in the STEAM discipline, in a world of increased automation and artificial intelligence with USQ academic, Associate Professor Angela Fitzgerald and Dr Charlotte Pezaro.

For more information about STEAM in practice, visit the USQ website.

USQ: STEAM in action #2 - Creativity

USQ: STEAM in action #2 - Creativity

October 23, 2018

Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice?

This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform the learning and teaching of general capabilities. In the spirit of pushing boundaries and offering up possibilities, this series engages with educators who offer a range of insights, experiences and expertise that will intrigue, excite and cause you to think differently.

Promote skill development in the creative space in ways that are authentic, meaningful and appropriately challenging to our learners with USQ academics, Associate Professor Angela Fitzgerald and Dr Katie Burke.

For more information about STEAM in practice, visit the USQ website

USQ: STEAM in action #1 - Communication

USQ: STEAM in action #1 - Communication

October 16, 2018

Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice?
This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform the learning and teaching of general capabilities. In the spirit of pushing boundaries and offering up possibilities, this series engages with educators who offer a range of insights, experiences and expertise that will intrigue, excite and cause you to think differently.

Stretch your understanding how STEAM is communicated in different contents and cultures with USQ Associate Professor Angela Fitzgerald and Duane Hamacher, Senior Research Fellow at Monash. For more information about STEAM in practice, visit the USQ website