About this event
Classes are a diverse mix of students with different capabilities and levels of engagement.
This online presentation, aimed at STEM and non-STEM educators alike, applies the Schlechty model of engagement that you can use to identify and classify the level of engagement that your students are displaying.
About our guest speaker
Stephen Pinel has taught Physics, Maths and ICT in metropolitan and rural schools in Queensland and abroad for over 25 years, and also has experience teaching in both Primary and Tertiary settings. In addition, he has extensive experience as a Head of Science at two schools and is a published author with Cambridge University Press.
Student engagement has been a passion for Steve for many years, and a focus of his personal research and reading. One of his aims as a teacher is to ensure that science education is accessible and achievable for as many students as possible.
- Observing and measuring student engagement.
- Learning models and practical techniques.
- Strength-based approaches to engage students in STEM.
Who was this event for?
Primary and Secondary teachers and educators, STEM specialist teachers, Digital Technologies teachers and education administrators.
This event took place in 2022. Contact us to access a recording of the session.