STEM 2021: On Demand

A unique, online, on demand event bringing Australian educators and STEM professionals TED-style talks from world-renowned experts on creativity, innovation and STEM.

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STEM 2022: Live Conference Registrations Now Open

Monday 18th July 2022
Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley

STEM 2022 is an initiative of Hunter Academy of STEM Excellence based at Maitland Grossmann High School. The conference is supported by the NSW Department of Education’s STEM Industry School Partnerships program, and brings together leading experts in STEM education, innovation and creativity.

STEM 2022 will feature inspirational keynote addresses from the likes of Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, Executive Dean – Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University and Nathan Towney, Pro Vice-Chancellor – Indigenous Strategy and Leadership at the University of Newcastle.

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STEM 2021: On Demand – Live until 31 December

STEM 2021 is a FREE, online event bringing together Australia’s and the world’s leading experts on innovation creativity and STEM.

The on demand content includes keynote presentations, EdTalks, workshops, case studies, online forums, a virtual expo and a whole lot more! This event is ideal for teachers, students, parents, professionals, and STEM enthusiasts alike.

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Making the most of STEM 2021: On Demand

STEM 2021 is an ‘On Demand’ platform that will be live all year until 31 December 2021. This means you can access the content at any time you like – 24/7 until the end of the year! 

Here are some easy ways to find the content that is most relevant for you or your colleagues. 

  • Use the search bar to find content on a particular topic or presentation 
  • Click the Category drop-down box to explore different categories such as science, technology, engineering,  mathematics, primary education.
  • Also use the Category drop-down box to explore by video type (keynote, EdTalk,  workshop or case study)
  • Click the filter buttons to explore videos by industry sector
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