Teach STEM Using Design Thinking (Year 7 - 10)


Dates: Thursday 20 February, Thursday 26 April, Wednesday 24 June, Thursday 15 October


8-9pm AEST


FREE for Zoos Victoria members ($72 to join as a teacher member) and CECV teachers



What you'll need

- Access to a computer or device with a wifi connection and sound to hear the conversation
- Paper and a pen

Teacher Tribe member exclusive teacher webinar.

This webinar will help you teach the Zoo Education Online program, STEM Design Challenge: Animals at Home.

Especially for Year 7-10 teachers, this 1-hour webinar will help you use Design Thinking in your STEM curriculum. Explore each stage of Design Thinking and gain a toolbox of ideas that you can use right away.

You will learn how:

  • To teach each stage of Design Thinking
  • To use your curriculum to solve real-world problems
  • Design Thinking has been used by other teachers
  • To participate in the STEM Design Challenge

This webinar links to Victorian curriculum levels 7-10: Science, Design and Technologies, Critical and Creative Thinking

Mapped to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, it is accredited for teacher professional development hours in the following:

  • Standard 3.2 Plan, structure and sequence learning programs
    You will explore a range of teaching strategies and ways to design curriculum content
  • Standard 3.4 Select and Use resources
    You will have access to Zoos Victoria’s STEM Teaching Guides
  • Standard 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities
    You will be able to talk with other teachers through the webinar chat box and ask questions of the webinar panellists

You will receive a certificate for professional development hours.

Not a Teacher Tribe Member?

Sign up now for just $72 a year and you will gain access to exclusive resources, PD and more, just like this live webinar.

Register now

Please complete this form to register and participate in this Teacher Tribe member exclusive webinar.

Zoos Victoria uses Webex to deliver webinars. Registered participants will be sent a unique URL prior to the webinar. You will be watching a live video stream and you will need to be able to listen to the conversation. You can type your comments and questions, so no camera or microphone is required.