K-6 Primary Teacher Event

Primary Teachers!

Are you wanting new ideas to teach Science & Technology K-6 syllabus in 2017?
Join your peers in the learning process
Come along to the STANSW Annual conference.

You will walk away with:
an enhanced understanding of the syllabus
an enhanced understanding of the processes of working scientifically and working technologically
an understanding of how STEM can work in your classroom
assessment ideas

Encouraging Best Practice in Science & Technology Education in your School
The Science Teachers’ Association of NSW (STANSW) is the Professional Association for teachers of Science & Technology K-6 across all education sectors.

STANSW conferences allow participants to return to their schools with new ideas and new strategies for immediate implementation in the classroom. It is, therefore, in the best interests of the students of your school to encourage your teachers of K-6 Science and Technology to engage in the next conference which can meet their professional needs. Professional learning is at the heart of growth in any career, and it is particularly so for teachers.

All STANSW Professional Learning courses arehigh quality BOSTES endorsed courses. They are endorsed by BOSTES for the maintenance of accreditation at Proficient Standard.

It is in the best interests of your students that you encourage and assist your Science and Technology teachers to attend and participate in the following STANSW conference.         



Annual conference Science Teachers Association of NSW
K-12 sci-tech and science teachers
Friday and Saturday 17 & 18 February
Macquarie University, Sydney

The program for primary teachers on Saturday 18th  February has been designed to assist teachers in developing their skills to implement
high quality Science and Technology units for learning and these form the basis for STEM education. Here’s a chance to understand the syllabus better AND develop supportive networks with other teachers.


Registration now open - view program and register for the event via the following link here

enquiries, please contact 02)9763 2751 or office@stansw.asn.au

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