Best STEAM Initiative in AustralAsia

Strathcona has won the award for Best STEAM Initiative at the EduTech Asia Awards! This award recognises a school that has taken their STEAM curriculum to the next level, created interdisciplinary learning experiences for its students by successfully incorporating both inquiry and problem-based learning methods. The award was open to all K-12 and Tertiary institutions from across Asia Pacific countries. They received over 300 applicants for the awards as they recognise the most inspirational, innovative and successful stories from the last 12 months. Congratulations to our alumnae, Head of Digital Learning and Innovation Michelle Dennis, Junior School Curriculum and Innovation Teacher, Eleni Kyritsis and all our teachers for embracing change and implementing this program.  #unstoppableteaching

To find out more about Strathcona’s  Design Thinking ELC to Year 9 program, Tinker Train, read the following articles

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EdutechAustAsia Best STEAM

Best STEAM Initiative in AustralAsia

Strathcona has won the award for Best STEAM Initiative at the EduTech Asia Awards! This award recognises a school that has taken their STEAM curriculum to the next level, created interdisciplinary learning experiences for its students by successfully incorporating both inquiry and problem-based learning methods.

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Progress Leader

Nothing short of inspiring

Vending machines are a common feature in many schools but Strathcona Girls Grammar has installed something slightly different — and its students are loving it.

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Brain

The Learning Brain and How to Develop our Strengths

People process information differently and the wisdom clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller shared with Strathcona staff was fascinating as it offered an insight into the neurochemistry of successful learning. Health and Human Development teacher, Ms Kerry Wilson, shares her learnings from the session.

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