About this event
How we design and develop new or disruptive technologies can have implications on our environment and society. The decisions we make now can leave a legacy on our world for generations to come.
Engaging young Australians in discussions on responsible science, technology and innovation provides opportunities to identify their priorities, aspirations and solutions to challenges, and the positive impact they can have on our world.
Through this engaging, collaborative and immersive workshop you will gain an understanding of responsible innovation and the key skills and tools used by CSIRO scientists, innovators and engineers who are working to solve Australia’s biggest challenges.
Your students are as diverse as our innovators at CSIRO. Our resources include ideas, materials and approaches you can use to create a personalised learning experience for your students, building on their strengths and interests. You will be able to seamlessly step straight from this training and into your own responsible innovation unit with your students.
- Thursday, 20 October 4:30-6:30pm AEDT
- Wednesday, 2 November 4:30-6:30pm AEDT
- Online, small-group, professional learning workshop
(A link to the event will be provided to registered attendees one week before the event.)
- Real-world applications of responsible innovation
- Strength-based approaches to engage your students in STEM
Who should attend?
This event is suitable for secondary teachers and educators, STEM specialist teachers, digital technologies teachers and education administrators.
This session is closed-caption enabled and a copy of slides and resources will be made available to all registered participants and attendees.
If you require any additional information regarding accessibility or have any requests for assistance for this session please do not hesitate to contact STEMTogether@csiro.au.