Engage your students with inquiry through STEM investigations and projects.
When students engage inquiry they are building and acting on their curiosity about the world and how it works. It helps them form lasting connections with learning and develops skills in critical and creative thinking, literacy and numeracy. Their disposition to STEM blooms as they engage in the rapidly changing word, pose ethical questions and see the value of science. Seeing a project through from start to finish encourages student agency as they take responsibility for their learning.
The Queensland Science Contest is an opportunity for Queensland students from Prep to Grade 12 to have their scientific work judged for awards and prizes. For further details click here.
The Queensland Science Teacher is published biannually by the Science Teachers’ Association of Queensland. There are opportunities to contribute to the journal, please refer to the Guidelines for Contributors and contact us, if you are interested.
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