Green Chemistry Conference K-12

STANSW Chemistry Teachers and Science & Technology Conference for 7-12 and K-6 Teachers.    Theme:  Green Science explores Chemistry Stage 6 and the Material World strand in the K-10 Science and Technology Syllabus through the lens of sustainability and investigating the suitability of natural and processed materials for a range of purposes.  A series of online after school workshop style webinars will be held across 2 weeks for early career,  experienced and K-6 teachers.

 

STANSW Chemistry Conference 2020

Theme : Green Chemistry

Where: Online in partnership with Macquarie University

When: Monday 14 September to Friday 25 September (3:30 - 5:30pm)

Who: 7-12 Chemistry and K-6 Primary Teachers

Our conference will explore Green Chemistry / Green Science through the lens of sustainability and investigating the suitability of natural and processed materials for a range of purposes.

The NSW Chemistry Syllabus engages with sustainability as the ongoing capacity of the earth to maintain all life. Teachers aim to support chemistry students to investigate relationships between systems and system components and consider the sustainability of food sources and the natural and human environments. Students are supported to engage with sustainability and green chemistry as a concept worthy of great debate and a commitment to solving ethical problems.

The Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations Development Programme, call us to action to work towards goals including:

- clean water and sanitation; 
- affordable and clean energy; 
- responsible consumption and production; 
- life below water and climate action

With these goals influencing the school theme for National Science Week for 2020 "Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans", this year's conference aims to contextualise Chemical World content in Stages 1 to 5 Science, as well as examine concepts covered in Stage 6 Chemistry through this lens. The aim is provide teachers with experiences to engage in professional learning which assists them to make real-world, relevant and authentic links in the classroom for their students.

A separate K-6 Primary program stream will be offered with a focus on Material World Strand integrating Digital Technologies

 

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Per session registration (pay as you go)*   $130 plus GST**

*workshops will be filtered once you select your registration option,  they will appear as duplicates in the program listing below.   

** member fees will be displayed when you log in to your account and will be issued according to your member grade.  

Keynote sessions are included as complimentary when booking in workshop sessions. RSVP is required.

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For all payment and account enquires please contact accounts@stansw.asn.au 

When
9/14/2020 3:30 PM - 9/25/2020 5:30 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
Online

Program

   

Friday, 25 September 2020

Description
Macquarie University, Department of Molecular Sciences brings us a suite of keynote speakers addressing our green science theme with a Q&A forum session with participants.  *This session is complimentary with any paid workshop bookings
Category
Plenary
Track
K-6; 7-12
Time
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
3:30 PM

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