Take 2 STEM

Educators

Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

STEM is an important part of a complete education. The critical thinking skills that students gain from studying STEM will help them adapt to a fast-changing world and make the most of new technologies.

STEM will help students develop the skills to find a great job, and change jobs in the future.

The Take 2 STEM campaign is about educating the community on the importance of STEM skills and ensuring that all Western Australians are well-placed to take up new and emerging jobs.

Take a look at the videos and links below to learn more, then Take 2 minutes to talk to your students about studying STEM next year.

84%
of WA educators
we surveyed agree

that many of the jobs of the
future will require STEM skills.

STEM will enable students to use current and future undiscovered technologies to solve problems and conduct research projects to solve major human issues.

- WA educator

Stem Stories

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Playlist from YouTube

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STEM Resources

There are many STEM in Practice curriculum materials available to help plan activities for your class.

Have a look at the downloadable book samples and interactive activities.

STEM in practice
STEM in public schools
STEM lesson ideas
Geoscience Australia
Current and emerging careers in STEM

Digital Technologies Curriculum

Learn more about the Digital Technologies curriculum including lesson ideas, sequence of learning and assessments.

Digital Technologies Hub resources Australian Computing Academy resources

Take 2 minutes to talk to students about what they already like about STEM and what STEM subjects they can study next year.

State STEM Skills Strategy

The State STEM skills strategy aims to build a globally competitive workforce with the skills to drive WA’s technological future.

The strategy covers skills for the future, STEM culture, diversity in STEM, and STEM in schools and TAFEs.

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Additional Resources

Scitech
Find out how Scitech can support your STEM teaching.
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Inspiring Western Australia
Discover the range of science programs and research in WA, and how you can get involved.
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