THE GUILD PAST EVENTS 2020

Mar 16, 2020

STEAM AHEAD AUSTRALIA - FOSTERING 21ST CENTURY CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS

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Venue: Concord Golf Club

Time: 5:45pm registration

 

Learning a STEM to STE(A)M Sustainable Approach:  
In this workshop, teachers will learn about the changes occurring in Australia as we shift from STEM-to-STE(A)M active learning environments. Visualise, plan and design STEAM frameworks suitable to use in your classrooms (K-12). Form collaborative networking groups with other like-minded colleagues to activate your imagination and building the next generation of 21st century thinkers.

Presenter: Dr Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen’s PhD research into fostering ‘creativity’ in teachers at Macquarie University will underpin this professional learning workshop.

Cost:  Members: $30.00  Non-Members: $35.00 (Includes refreshments)

R.S.V.P By Friday 13th March 2020 

Completing this course will contribute 2 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing Standard Descriptors 6.2.2 and 6.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW

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Mar 05, 2020

FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE JOINT FORUM

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Join us in exploring major discoveries and theories in physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry at this year’s combined AIP, TGNSW, RSNSW and RACI meeting

 

Ever since the Copernicun revolution in the 15th century science has been progressing at an exponential rate. Major discoveries and theories in physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry, have shaped and continue to grow at an exponential rate. The Frontiers of Science forum will have a group of international experts to give brief talks on the latest and future developments in their fields of knowledge.

Venue: Boston University Campus

Time: From 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Cost: Nil includes light refreshment

Click here to register online. RSVP by Thursday 5th March 2020 

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Mar 01, 2020

PHILOSOPHY FOR SCIENCE - 3 PART EVENT

Venue: Boston University Sydney

Time: From 6.30pm

Part 1: February 17

Part 2: February 24

Part 3: March 2

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 three-part workshop will examine this divide, exploring the nature of “understanding” and how we might go about answering the question even Einstein famously asked, “What is ‘reality’?

R.S.V.P By Friday 14th February 2020 - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Feb 20, 2020

GUILD AGM AND MEMBERS NETWORKING EVENING

In 2020, the Teachers’ Guild of New South Wales is delighted to host their events at the Concord Golf Club, which is centrally located in the Inner West. The Concord Golf Club is close to Sydney Olympic Park and a convenient drive from the city. The Clubhouse and gardens will provide an intimate and picturesque setting for our functions with the highest quality food and immaculate club facilities.

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