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08/04/2016 16:43
We are pleased to offer new PL courses over term 2 2016 which support teaching in STEM subjects. The first course is now available.  Supporting Primary STEM: Physics in the P - 6 Curriculum with run in Townsville and Brisbane.  Please get in quick as places are limited. Click here for...
15/09/2015 08:02
Amanda Tocci, RIP IT UP Reading, NSW Amanda is currently completing her final few months of a PhD in Psychology at the University of Newcastle examining the impact strategy instruction has on children with Working Memory deficits and reading disabilities. The research has shown a significant lack...
14/09/2015 16:03
Sonia Hueppauff University of Western Australia & Just Think Education Sonia is an experienced expert classroom practitioner. She grew up in country Western Australia (WA) and has over 20 years’ experience as a secondary science teacher. Her skills have been recognised in the Government...
11/09/2015 14:00
Mike Lloyd, clwb.org, UK, Australia, Brazil. Entrepreneur, and education technology leader, Mike Lloyd’s passion is to help make schooling systems more effective through the use of technology. He has assisted organisations in over 30 countries to develop solutions that meet the needs of modernised...
11/09/2015 10:04
Dr Adrian Bertolini, Intuyu Consulting, Melbourne, VIC @IntuyuConsultin Adrian is the Founder & Director of Learning of Intuyu Consulting. He  is one of Australia's foremost thought leaders on practical and real education that empowers and develops resilient, independent...
11/09/2015 09:56
Dr Lorraine McCormack, Brunel University and Let's Think Forum Workshop and Keynote Presenter Lorraine joined Brunel University in May 2014 as Lecturer in Science Education. Prior to this she held the post of Lecturer in Science Education and Subject Leader for Science at Plymouth University since...
07/09/2015 09:53
Associate Professor Mary Oliver, Univeristy of Nottingham, UK Mary is a science teacher, and has taught in schools in Bristol, Copenhagen and Perth, Western Australia, before taking up a research position in science education at UWA and moving to Nottingham in February 2014. She has worked with...
28/06/2015 16:09
The ability to think is one of the few 'future-proof' skills we can offer to our learners. How can we develop thinking efficiently? In 1994 Herrnstein and Murray of Harvard University published The Bell Curve, a book promoting the view that intelligence was determined more by genetic...
10/05/2015 22:18
Places on the Thinking Science courese are filling fast - register online to secure your place for Thinking Science training this year.
21/10/2014 21:33
There’s still time to register for PL in 2014!   Thinking Science is a great way to engage learners and promote thinking skills in Science lessons.  Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education is an evidence based Piagetian thinking program for learners in years 7 and 8.  With...
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