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During research placement

  • teachers undertake a short research project with a CSIRO researcher (15-20 hours face-to-face time overall).

Post-research placement

  • write a unit of work which incorporates the research undertaken to share and use as part of their teaching program
  • share this unit of work through CSIRO Education platforms after it has been piloted in their class,
  • present their TRiPP experience to colleagues at either their school, or local school cluster and/or other local event
  • complete a written evaluation.


“I found it so valuable to see what our national research organisation is working on, and more importantly how they go about their research. I think it provides a really valuable link between industry and the classroom which helps students to better understand potential future pathways. I would even see similar projects with students being really beneficial.”

— Teacher, QLD

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