NSW Curriculum Review – A mixed bag

June 23, 2020

The Science Teachers Association of NSW welcomes the final report from the NSW Curriculum Review and its recommendations of reform that places students at the centre of teaching and supports deep learning.    

Margaret Shepherd, President of the Science Teachers Association NSW says “For too long teachers have felt under time pressure to deliver the extensive ‘dot points’ that form part of our current syllabus - there is solid evidence for change”       

“This reform will enable teachers to support students where they are at and spend the required time to ignite curiosity and nurture scientific thinking about the world around us”   

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Celebrating Brilliant Minds

November 2019

Science Teachers’ Association NSW President Margaret Shepherd tonight congratulates the winners of our 2019 Young Scientist Awards. The highlight award going to the 2019 team of 9 students who will represent NSW and Australia at the prestigious International Science Engineering Fair in Anaheim US.

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