STEM.T4L
Project

Range of immersive technology kits

We partnered with the New South Wales Department of Education (NSW DoE) to provide a range of immersive technology kits to more than 70,000 teachers and 250,000 students across 3,000 schools.

These include kits for VR/AR learning, immersive Virtual Reality and 360° filmmaking. The project aims to encourage STEM teaching and learning opportunities

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What is the STEM.T4L Project?

The New South Wales Department of Education (NSW DoE) established a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) project called STEM Technology for Learning (STEM.T4L).

The Department of Education wanted to enable teachers to understand, experience, and embed STEM technologies into teaching and learning. The pain point identified was that technology was being pushed to schools without adequate support.

Teachers didn’t know what to ask, how to get help, or what tools to choose. This was having a negative impact on staff performance, student performance, professional development, and student engagement. The solution was to provide trial kits, resources, professional learning and support to all schools across NSW Education.

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Key Outcomes

Raised awareness of the effective use of technology to improve student learning;

Enabled teachers to understand, experience, and embed STEM technologies into teaching and learning;

Supported students’ capability in using technologies for learning and to build digital resilience and created a sustainable STEM community of practice.

Roadmap to
World-Class Education

Less than two years into the project, both teachers’ confidence to teach STEM and collaboration amongst teachers has improved. 21st century learning skills also improved amongst students due to the highly interactive environment fostered by the project.

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