Australia needs to improve its approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education to underpin its prosperity, its capacity to meet national challenges and its global competitiveness.
STELR is an inquiry-based, hands-on school STEM program designed for Years 6 to 10, but it is adaptable to other levels. STELR uses relevant themes such as sustainability and car safety. STELR is interdisciplinary and problem-based, encouraging deeper learning through real-world projects. All students benefit because STELR is taught as a part of the school curriculum.
Australia’s research system is a key contributor to Australia’s economic, social and environmental prosperity. The Academy encourages efforts to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Australia’s research funding systems.
ATSE has welcomed a plan for school maths and science teachers to have studied those subjects at university.
Australia’s innovation agenda needs more postgraduate STEM knowledge and research training
Australia's energy future
Comments from NSW Minister of Education Rob Stokes that STEM is a fad have been rejected by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE)
ATSE considers that inspiring Australia’s next generation is crucial for the Australian economy to flourish
The Batterham Medal is an early career award for a graduate engineer who has achieved substantial peer/industry recognition for their work in the past five years. Nominations for the 2018 award are open now and close 13 April 2018
Digital technology is profoundly revolutionising the structure of our lives
ATSE’s STELR program, targeting better STEM education, is now being used in 600 Australian schools
Climate change mitigation and adaptation: managing our climate and society
ATSE’s STEM Education initiative STELR
is making a smartphone microscope available
to schools to make science more interesting
The emphasis of this one day workshop was on higher education in STEM
The Science and Technology Education Leveraging Relevance (STELR) Project is a key education initiative designed to improve STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) across Australia
ATSE’s STELR program has won a $250,000 grant from Government to encourage girls into STEM subjects
Australia’s STEM graduates must have deep discipline knowledge, critical thinking, creativity and leadership skills for a wide range of future career opportunities
Ongoing reform and support is needed to ensure Australia’s research training system delivers its full potential social, economic and environmental benefits to our nation
Education is the key to meeting the job market
challenges of the future – read more in Focus 196 – Science Vision is the topic
Chief scientists from around the country look to the future and highlight our opportunities
ATSE’s STELR Program – driving science and technology study and careers to secondary students – has signed up its 500th Australian school
In order for our secondary school STEM teachers to inspire students, they must have deep discipline expertise that gives them self-confidence in the classroom
Promoting Australia's advancement through technology