Engaging the future of STEM

This research report describes key findings from a study into international best practices for engaging young people, and particularly girls, in STEM. The report outlines 8 key recommendations, a vision for STEM engagement, and how key stakeholders across education, industry, government and community groups can all play an integral role in STEM education and engagement. Furthermore, the report identifies strategies for engaging girls in STEM and presents a series of best practice case studies. This research was funded and supported by the Australian Government in partnership with Chief Executive Women Ltd. More information: https://cew.org.au

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Apr 11, 2017
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Rebecca Vivian

Research Fellow, The University of Adelaide

Dr Vivian has expertise in Computer Science Education, Teacher Training, Learning Sciences and Educational Technology. She has extensively collaborated with various stakeholders across industry, education, and government to deliver STEM education and research initiatives. She co-launched the highly successful national CSER Digital Technologies teacher-training program, which received $6.9 million in NISA funding from the Australian Department of Education for expansion and receives frequent invitations to contribute her expertise from a broad range of communities (e.g. Computing, Higher Education, Teacher Education, government, industry and community associations).

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DICK 3 months ago

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