It's all about energy

Date: Friday, 18th August 2017

Venue: Southbank, Brisbane

ATSE and STELR are partners in this 3-event energy extravaganza - It's all about Energy - being held as part of National Science Week at the Queensland State Library and well as the Queensland Museum and Science Centre. 

STELR will be on display at Big Picture Energy which is being held at the Queensland Museum and Science Centre after hours (5.30pm - 9.00pm).

You can purchase tickets here.

 

 

STELR STEM Workshop in Penang

The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO) is running a 3-day STELR Workshop in Penang. The workshop is being held at the Regional Centre for Education in Maths and Science (RECSAM) on 9 - 11 August. Presenters include Ms Nurazien Hj Yaha and Ms Suzana Hj Kurus from Brunei; Ms Nur Fitriana Suyanto and Mr Edi Syahputra Ramli from Indonesia; and Dr Nur Jahan Ahmad and Mr Norhailmi Abdul Mutalib from Malaysia. All these presenters attended the STELR-STEM course held in Bandung, Indonesia in 2016.

 

STELR Teacher Professional Learning - Grafton NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 19th July 2017

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue:  St Andrew's Christian School, 84 Washpool Rd, Clarenza, NSW, 3460.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 13 July 2017.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR Renewable Energy program
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Sustainable Housing and Global Warming and Oceans

STELR Teacher Professional Learning - Hoppers Crossing, Victoria

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Thursday, 22nd June 2017

Time: 1.30pm - 4.30pm

Venue:  Hoppers Crossing Secondary College, 2 Fraser St, Hoppers Crossing, Vic, 3019.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 16 June 2017.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR Renewable Energy program
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Sustainable Housing and Global Warming and Oceans

STELR Teacher Professional Learning - Naracoorte, SA

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 7th June 2017

Time: 9.15am - 3.00pm

Venue:  Naracoorte High School, Steward Terrace, Naracoorte, SA, 5217.  Map

Presenter: Tony Dierks, STELR Mentor for South Australia

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 30 May 2017.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR Renewable Energy program
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy equipment pack
  • Introduction to the STELR Sustainable Housing program
  • Contents of the STELR Sustainable Housing equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans

STELR Teacher Professional Learning - Alice Springs, NT

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Time: 9:00am to 3:00pm

Venue:  Centralian Middle School, 56 Milner Road, Gillen, NT 0870    Map

Presenter: Dr Greg Smith, Senior Lecturer in Education, CDU and STELR Mentor for NT

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 11 May 2017.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Science as Inquiry
  • STEM principles
  • Implementation of the STELR Renewable Energy program 
  • Energy transfer and transformation activities
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Implementation of the STELR Sustainable Housing program
  • CO2 – Friend or Foe – hands-on activities with carbon dioxide

STELR Teacher Professional Learning Session - Colyton, NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Thursday, 25th May 2017

Time: 9.00am - 2.30pm

Venue:  Colyton High School, Carpenter Street, Colyton, NSW 2760.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 22 May 2017.

Inquiries: Peter Pentland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR Renewable Energyprogram
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans and Sustainable Housing

STELR Teacher Professional Learning Session - Rapid Creek NT

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 17th May 2017

Time: 8:30am to 2:30pm

Venue:  Nightcliff Middle School, Ryland Road, Rapid Creek, NT 0810    Map

Presenter: Dr Greg Smith, Senior Lecturer in Education, CDU and STELR Mentor for NT

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 11 May 2017.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Science as Inquiry
  • STEM principles
  • Implementation of the STELR Renewable Energy program 
  • Energy transfer and transformation activities
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Implementation of the STELR Sustainable Housing program
  • CO2 – Friend or Foe – hands-on activities with carbon dioxide

 

STELR Sustainable Housing Professional Learning - Panania NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 17th May 2017

Time: 3:00pm to 6:00pm

Venue:  East Hills Boys High School, Lucas Road, Panania, NSW 2213.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 10 May 2017.

Inquiries: Peter Pentland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR Sustainable Housing equipment pack
  • Overview of the STELR Sustainable Housing curriculum materials
  • Temperature logger set-up and data extratction
  • Teaching transfer of energy concepts – convection, conduction and radiation in the housing context
  • Thermal mass
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  •  Hands-on workshop using the STELR equipment
  •  iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Climate Change and Oceans and Renewable Energy.

STELR Sustainable Housing Professional Learning - Bellambi, NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Tuesday, 16th May 2017

Time: 3:30pm to 6:00pm

Venue:  Holy Spirit College, 2 Cawley St, Bellambi, NSW 2213.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 10 May 2017.

Inquiries: Peter Pentland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR Sustainable Housing equipment pack
  • Overview of the STELR Sustainable Housing curriculum materials
  • Temperature logger set-up and data extratction
  • Teaching transfer of energy concepts – convection, conduction and radiation in the housing context
  • Thermal mass
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  •  Hands-on workshop using the STELR equipment
  •  iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Climate Change and Oceans and Renewable Energy.

STELR Professional Learning Session - Ballarat, Victoria

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy or the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Monday, 15th May 2017

Time: 10.00am - 2.30pm

Venue:  Loreto College, 1600 Sturt Street, Ballarat, Vic 3350.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 1 May, 2017

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy and Sustainable Housing equipment packs
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans.

STELR Professional Learning Session - Griffith Univeristy, Qld

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy or the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 14th June 2017

Time: 9.00am - 1.30pm

Venue:  Toohey Forest Environmental Education Centre, Griffith University EcoCentre, Nathan Campus, Brisbane, Qld 4111.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 31 May, 2017

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy and Sustainable Housing equipment packs
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans.

STELR Professional Learning Session - Shortland, NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy or the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Tuesday, 9th May 2017

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue:  Wetlands Environmental Education Centre,  412 Sandgate Road, Shortland, NSW 2307.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 28 April 2017

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR Renewable Energy and Sustainable Housing equipment packs
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans.

STELR Professional Learning Session - Tempe, NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Monday, 20th March 2017

Time: 3.30pm - 6.00pm

Venue:  Tempe High School, Unwins Bridge Road, Tempe, NSW 2044.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 10 March 2017

Inquiries: Peter Pantland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans and Sustainable Housing

STELR Sustainable Housing Professional Learning Session - Warrnambool, Victoria

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Sustainable Housing program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Thursday, 9th March 2017

Time: 3:30pm to 5:45pm

Venue:  Emmanuel College, Mc Auley Campus, 37 Ardlie Street, Warrnambool, Vic 3280.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 7 March 2017.

Inquiries: Peter Pentland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR Sustainable Housing equipment pack
  • Overview of the STELR Sustainable Housing curriculum materials
  • Teaching transfer of energy concepts – convection, conduction and radiation in the housing context
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  •  Hands-on workshop using the STELR equipment
  •  iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Climate Change and Oceans and Renewable Energy.

Teach for Australia's inaugural Innovations in Education Marketplace

STELR will be exhibiting at the TransformEdx event which provides an opportunity for educators and school leaders to engage with providers of innovative classroom and teacher resources.

Date: Tuesday 10 January 2017

Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Venue: Deakin University, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, Victoria

Cost: Free

For further details contact Teach for Australia.

STELR Professional Learning Session - Kingston, Queensland

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Monday, 16th October 2017

Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Venue:  Kingston State College, 62 - 84 Bega Road, Kingston, Qld 4114.  Map

Bookings: Preliminary notice. As this date is one of the Queensland Education Department's designated Staff Professional Development Days, you may like to mark it in your diary now. Booking information will become available in 2017.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans and Sustainable Housing

STELR Professional Learning Session - Panania, NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Friday, 18th November 2016

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue:  East Hills Girls' Technology HS, Lucas Road, Panania, NSW 2213.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 4 November 2016.

Inquiries: Peter Pentland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans and Sustainable Housing

STELR Professional Learning Workshop - Ballarat, Vic

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 12th October 2016

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue:  Damascus College, 1412 Geelong Road, Mount Clear, Vic 3350.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 6 October 2016.

Inquiries: Pennie Stoyles - phone: 03 9864 0905, email: pennie.stoyles@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans and Sustainable Housing

STELR Professional Learning Workshop - Newcastle, NSW

You are invited to attend this hands-on workshop for teachers implementing the STELR Renewable Energy program in their schools and those wanting to try out the equipment and activities.

Date: Wednesday, 16th November 2016

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue:  Callaghan College, Waratah Campus, Turton Road, Waratah, NSW 2298.  Map

Bookings: Please email STELR.admin@atse.org.au before 4 November 2016.

Inquiries: Peter Pentland - phone: 03 9864 0906, email: peter.pentland@atse.org.au

Program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the STELR program
  • Contents of the STELR equipment pack
  • Implementation of the STELR program using the teacher and student books
  • Overview of the STELR project curriculum materials
  • Teaching energy concepts
  • Energy transformation activities
  • The principles of inquiry-based science education
  • Hands-on workshops – solar, wind and hydroelectricity activities – using the STELR equipment
  • Assessment in the STELR project
  • iSTELR demonstration – web-based delivery of this program and other modules such as Global Warming and Oceans and Sustainable Housing