This series of workshops is designed to intrigue and inspire in equal measure by using STEAM as a gateway to the general capabilities in meaningful and authentic ways.
Each workshop will be 90-minutes and will leave you with some practical tools to apply in practice in primary or secondary settings. You are invited to dip into one or two workshops or join us for all four. The intention of these workshops is to provide an entry point into exploring the possibilities of STEAM education and what it could look like in your classroom. An additional component of this series is that each workshop is delivered by a team of educators from a range of backgrounds and disciplines to truly model and unlock the integrated nature and possibilities of STEAM education.
Workshop 4 - Collaboration
The STEAM learning and collaboration workshop will take a practical approach to investigating and implementing effective teaching and learning activities in an authentic, collaborative manner. Specifically, this workshop is aimed at working towards the Highly Accomplished level of such Focus Areas as 2.1 and 3.3 of the APST. Finally, we will help you to understand that collaborations take a natural progression of delegation of tasks/duties, as well as coordination and leadership, to end in a successful consolidation of the STEAM disciplines.
|Tuesday 26 February 2019
||Workshop 1 - STEAM learning and critical thinking – solve, ponder, reflect
||Linda Galligan and Tania Leach
|Tuesday 5 March 2019
||Workshop 2 - STEAM learning and creativity – create, design, make
||Katie Burke, Alwyn Powell and Stephanie Piper
|Tuesday 12 March 2019
||Workshop 3 - STEAM learning and communication – talk, share, articulate
||Melissa Fanshawe and Ange Fitzgerald
|Tuesday 19 March 2019
||Workshop 4 - STEAM learning and collaboration – group, consolidate, coordinate
||Carolyn Brown, Chris Dann and Seyum Getenet
$100.00 for the series or $30.00 each workshop.