Inspiring resources from around Australia

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To end the year we wanted to highlight a sample of the broad range of resources and programs available from education organisations across the country!

NSW T4L Kids is a magazine for students created by teachers and can be used in school or at home. The magazines are available online and a teacher version is also available! They centre on encouraging students to create content using digital technology. 

The Girls in STEM Toolkit (GiST) from Education Services Australia and Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. The GiST provides resources to inspire and inform girls, schools and families in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Checkout the podcasts page for some holiday listening! Some quick resource links including the 7 Guiding Principles for a Gender Inclusive classroom. The STEM Class Guide bring the principles to life with a range of evidence based strategies. 

The ACARA Digital Technologies in Focus website continues to offer high quality detailed content for schools on the implementation of the Digital Technologies curriculum. In addition to the many curriculum resources, you will also find in-depth school case studies and reflective podcasts.

TechGirls Movement Foundation offer a range of programs to support girls and young women in STEM. One of their programs is the Academy for Enterprising Girls aimed at supported young women to create businesses in the ever growing STEM area. Free workshops are on offer during 2022. 

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