Learning with STEM: What the WORLD Must be Like

Science used to be ‘Natural Philosophy’ until the Scientific Revolution of the 16th and 17th centuries saw a parting of ways. Science became increasingly empirical – performing experiments and recording findings – while Philosophy remained contemplative – pondering the principles of logic, knowledge, ethics and politics, and struggling to make sense of the human condition. Today, both disciplines can claim significant achievements for both new technologies and improved understanding, but they also trouble each other – and the result is unfortunate. The recording of the workshop is included in this link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKVELMDvPAOgXZw-TgBquHw

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING | THE TEACHERS’ GUILD OF NEW SOUTH WALES & GIFTED NSW INCORPORATED

The Teachers’ Guild of New South Wales supports families and educators of gifted children and has engaged to work closely with Gifted NSW Incorporated (formally GFSG Inc.) in raising awareness, support and professional learning needs of teachers of gifted children within our state community. During Gifted Awareness Week Australia, we celebrate Wellbeing: A No Limits Approach as we look forward to a future of continued collaboration through our Memorandum of Understanding. View Memorandum of Understanding

Announcement of TGNSW Office Bearers 2020

I wish the new Council every success in its Care of Education. I would also like to thank Lauren Barlow, Alexi Kayes, Kathryn Fraser, Noelene Callaghan and Tom Mae who have decided not to continue on Council in 2020. I would like to sincerely thank them for all their contributions to Council during their tenure and look forward for their involvement in other areas as continued members for the Teachers’ Guild of New South Wales. Click here to view the announcement of the TGNSW Office Bearers 2020 Dr Frederick Osman | President | The Teachers' Guild of New South Wales

TGNSW Office Bearers for 2020

I wish the new Council every success in its Care of Education. I would also like to thank Lauren Barlow, Alexi Kayes, Kathryn Fraser, Noelene Callaghan and Tom Mae who have decided not to continue on Council in 2020. I would like to sincerely thank them for all their contributions to Council during their tenure and look forward for their involvement in other areas as continued members for the Teachers’ Guild of New South Wales. Click here to view the announcement of the TGNSW Office Bearers 2020 Dr Frederick Osman | President | The Teachers' Guild of New South Wales

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