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Features an interview with Paul Boys, Director of Gippsland Tech School. Paul shares details about his recent trip to Universities in Denmark & the Netherlands where he explored the potential of Design Thinking in STEM Education. He also outlines the unique relationship Gippsland Tech School has developed with local schools & local industry to create a remarkable ‘Renewable Energy Project’.
This recording features an interview with Edward P. Clapp, a Principal Investigator at Project Zero (Harvard University)where he is co-director of the Agency by Design initiative investigating the promises, practices and pedagogies of maker-centred learning.
Agency by Design - www.agencybydesign.org
Project Zero - www.pz.harvard.edu
This recording features an interview with Lisa Yokana, STEAM Coordinator at Scarsdale High School in New York. Since 2012, Lisa has been working with her students to navigate the exciting possibilities of design thinking.
Scarsdale High School - www.scarsdaleschools.k12.ny.us/hs
Twitter - twitter.com/lyokana59
Agency by Design - www.agencybydesign.org
This recording features an interview with Jeannie Crowley, Director of Technology at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in New York. In 2015, Jeannie held a repair party to rescue PC’s destined for landfill and sparked the creation of The Restart Centre, a student run, repair tutoring service.
Restart Centre - ethical.tech
Ethical Culture Fieldston School - www.ecfs.org/en/
The Restart Project - therestartproject.org
Features an interview with Yen Siow, RoboBus Program Manager with the Father Bob Maguire Foundation. RoboBus is Australia’s first STEM bus classroom that looks to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths in a hands on way.
RoboBus - www.fatherbobs.com/robobus
Features interviews with Luke Kerr, STEM Outreach Leader at Monash University & Teachers involved with the Internet of Things Kitchen Garden pilot program. The Internet of Things Kitchen Garden(IoTKG)program uses a schools’ existing kitchen garden program as an authentic context for a journey of discovery combining Science & IT.
Features an interview with Rachel Crellin, Senior Project Officer with the Digital Learning Branch at the Victorian Department of Education and Training. Rachel shares a range of innovative work, including updates on Minecraft Education (mini Melbourne), the Digital Tech Hub and STEM planning.
Digital Technologies Hub: www.digitaltechnologieshub.edu.au
Hello Ruby: www.helloruby.com
Minecraft Education/Fuse: fuse.education.vic.gov.au/Resource/Lan…rchScope=All
Features an interview with Lucas Johnson, Research & Development Manager in STEM Education at Monash University. Lucas shares his thoughts on Design Thinking in STEM, the new 'Melbourne STEM Teacher Collective' & the future of #STEMed #learning.
Monash University: www.monash.edu/education
Melbourne STEM Teacher Collective: twitter.com/MelbourneStem
Features an interview with Danny Summerell, Instructional Leader at Hazel Glen College and the 2019 DLTV Outstanding Educator of the Year. Danny shares the types of #edtech used by his students and his thoughts on the future of #STEMed #learning.
Hazel Glen College: www.hgc.vic.edu.au
Pondering Dan: www.ponderingdan.com
Today our guest is: Marcus Mulcahy Carrum Primary School. Marcus is passionate about ensuring our younger generation of students has access to digital technologies and skill development. His work with students and Radio Carrum has been well recognised and he was the recipient of of a Churchill Fellowship in 2017 that allowed him to travel to the US to continue his research on makerspaces in school. Marcus is also the recipient of the DLTV Digitech Educator Award 2018 recognising him for his novel approach to teaching and learning.
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