Australian Trends in Engineering Education
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Episode Show Notes
Like much of the world, Australian educators are increasingly embracing STEM education for younger students. Chris Perkins is one such teacher at Keithcot Farm Primary School outside Adelaide, South Australia. He talks about a range of issues on his radar as a STEM teacher, including how he stays up-to-date, Australian inventions, how New South Wales is a leader in that country for education, and more.
For a video of the robot arm that Chris mentioned, see it here:
The cover art for this episode comes from Gilbert Toyne’s 1925 Australian patent on the rotary clothesline.
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