Science

STEM for Teachers

The following information is for teachers wishing to expand their knowledge of Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics.

We are currently taking expressions of interest for all subject areas, if you are interested to find out more please fill in the form below.

Mathematics

Online Professional Development Courses for High School Educators

The School of Mathematics and Statistics has developed two suites of short, online professional development courses:

  • Mathematics in the Modern World

  • Mathematical Relations.

Click here for further information.

 

NEW! UNSW Mathematics Teachers Professional Development Day

The School of Mathematics and Statistics at UNSW is pleased to offer a professional development day on Thursday 8th June 2017 for high school mathematics teachers covering a selection of new topics in the current draft of the proposed HSC syllabuses for HSC Standard Mathematics, HSC Mathematics and HSC Mathematics Extensions 1 and 2.

Click here for further information and bookings

 


Physics

Graduate Certificate in Physics for Science teachers

We have a predominantly online graduate certificate to teach current science teachers physics. It comprises of four courses and can be completed over one or two years. You can find out more about this graduate certificate here:

Click here for further information.

 

Depth Study resources

We have a series of online resources to help you with depth studies. Access to these is free, email e.angstmann@unsw.edu.au with your NESA accreditation number  to receive the activation code (we are only granting access to teachers not students, teachers can then decide which parts they want to share with their students).

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NESA accredited professional development courses

We have a series of NESA accredited online professional development courses that have been designed to address new and/or difficult topics in the new HSC syllabus.

Click here to find out more about these courses.

You can also organize excursions to the school of Physics to perform experiments and listen to talks. Details of how to arrange this can be found on the same page.


Biology

Coming soon.

Watch this space!


Chemistry

Coming soon.

Watch this space!


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