Paper submission closes 1 May and Registration is now open for STEM 2018
Full Papers due 1 May 2018
We are delighted to invite you to join the 5th International STEM in Education Conference hosted by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Queensland, Australia from 21-23 November 2018.
The conference program involves in-depth research presentations, professional conversations about best practice, engaging panel discussions and symposia, and practical presentations that enable delegates to explore and develop new ideas about integrated STEM education. We look forward to seeing you in Brisbane for the 5th International STEM in Education Conference 2018!
Perspectives on STEM in education
Transdisciplinary learning in STEM
STEM skills for Innovation and Creativity
Research-based practices for engaging students in STEM learning
Digital technologies/learning spaces facilitating STEM learning
School-industry-community partnerships in STEM
STEM Teacher Education and Professional Learning
Integrated pedagogical approaches to STEM
Policy and leadership for improving STEM
Assessment and evaluation of STEM outcomes
STEM as critical literacy
Diverse learners in STEM
STEM and environmental sustainability
Challenges and opportunities for STEM education in schools
Show-casing effective STEM education practices
Designing Learning Spaces for STEM
Implementing a whole-school approach to STEM education through leadership
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) in STEM education
Creativity in STEM Education
Who should attend?
Academics, researchers, teachers, education officers, industry partners, postgraduate and undergraduate students, vendors developing STEM education-related tools and products for an integrated STEM curriculum.
SECURE YOUR DISCOUNTED EARLYBIRD RATE NOW!
Standard Registration - $600.00
K-12 Teacher - $275.00
Postgraduate Student - $275.00
K-12 Teacher - $150.00
Postgraduate Student - $150.00
Early bird rates close 17 July 2018
REGISTER NOW to secure the discounted earlybird rate!
The Conference will be held at QUT's Science & Engineering Centre (P Block) at their Gardens Point Campus. Experience The Cube, one of the world’s largest digital interactive learning and display spaces. 48 multi-touch screens soaring across two storeys, dedicated to providing an inspiring, explorative and participatory experience of QUT’s Science and Engineering research.
Download a map of QUT Gardens Point Campus HERE.