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About STEM

The workforce of the future requires high levels of skills, responsible thinkers and creative thinkers

Guiding the direction for STEM in NSW

The National STEM Education Strategy 2016 - 2026 (Education Council, 2015) forms the basis for the department's STEM directions.

Early Stage 1 to Stage 3

STEM learning experiences involve explicit learning and teaching of syllabus content which is applied in project, problem or inquiry-based learning situations that are authentic and contextual.

Stages 4 to 5

Integrated STEM programs are both skills-based and content-rich with a major focus on application in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Further information

All STEM advisors can be contacted by emailing stem@det.nsw.edu.au

A list of all advisors is in the contact us information below.

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