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If you have a question about the Indigenous STEM Awards or how to apply, you should be able to find the answer here.
If this FAQ does not answer your question, please contact the Indigenous STEM Awards team at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 4960 6200.
You can use the flowchart below to determine which award you might be eligible for.
Indigenous STEM Awards eligibity pathways
Once you have determined which award you might be eligible for, you can find out more about the award via the following links:
Once you have determined which award you wish to apply for, you can download the application and supporting evidence forms from the appropriate award page.
You will need to complete the application form and seek a referee to complete the supporting evidence form. Once the application form and supporting evidence forms are completed, you will need to submit them via the online submission page along with any other supporting documents/videos/recordings you may have.
You will receive an email once you have submitted your application, confirming that the Indigenous STEM Awards team have received it.
Extra-curricular is any activity pursued that is additional to normal school activities. Examples of extra-curricular STEM activities could include work experience/placements, participation in science/maths camps, groups or clubs, inspiring other student through leadership activities, mentoring other students, holiday jobs that use maths and science, voluntary work etc.
The following definition is provided by the Commonwealth. Reference: Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). (2010) Indigenous Statistics for Schools- About Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Statistic .
An Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is:
Effective inquiry is the ability to apply the critical thinking skills in planning, conducting, processing and evaluating.
The RAMR cycle is a method of teaching based on four phases: reality, abstraction, mathematics and reflection. Reference: QUT YuMi Deadly Centre. (2016) Centre Approach .
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Last updated: Last updated: 3 October 2016
Printed from: Frequently Asked Questions (http://csiroaucd1-cdc.it.csiro.au/en/Education/Programs/Indigenous-STEM/AWARDS/Awards-FAQs)