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The Science Teachers' Association of Queensland is the professional association of teachers of science in Queensland. As a non-profit organisation we rely on funding from our membership, professional development conferences, and the generosity of sponsors in order to co-ordinate activities that support science education, teachers of science and students. Find out more about STAQ here.

9:41AM

Screen Scinema at your school

REGISTER YOUR SCHOOL FOR SCINEMA COMMUNITY SCREENINGS. Community screenings will be held during National Science Week from 13-21 August 2016.

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9:36AM

National Schools Poster Competition

The annual National Schools Poster Competition is on again in 2016 – now in both Primary and Secondary Schools.

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9:30AM

National Science Week Resource Book

The 2016 teacher resource book 'Drones, Droids and Robots' is now available as a web-based digital book on the ASTA website.

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2:49PM

Free tickets to STEMx in Brisbane

The Queensland Spatial Information Council has secured a limited number of student and teacher tickets to the upcoming STEMx event in Brisbane.

The event is free and will be held on Thursday 3rd November.

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10:45AM

Bring a friend for FREE! Beginning & Pre-service Teachers' Conference

Thanks to the generosity of our major sponsors (Smart Teachers, Queensland Teachers' Union, ANZUK, PIEFA, IMSITE), STAQ are pleased to offer one free registration with each fully paid registration. If you have already registered, you may enter details for a second, free attendee using the booking system. Places are limited, so grab a friend and take advantage of this offer before it's too late!
Register here

12:00PM

Building Ecological Literacy: A Professional Development Workshop for Educators

Outdoor learning using experience-based strategies can be used to build an ‘ecological literacy’ – that is, to have an understanding of the natural systems that make life on earth possible.

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12:00PM

ASTA Science Teacher exchange to Japan

Looking for some professional development that will transform your science teaching? The ASTA Science Teachers Exchange to Japan might be for you.

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12:00PM

Attend CONASTA for free!

Each year up to three teachers are supported to attend CONASTA through this Scholarship. The teachers' travel, accommodation and registration costs for the conference are funded.

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2:51PM

Annual Crystal Growing Competition

This popular competition is being held during School Term 2 - from 11th April – 24th June 2016.

The process is simple and safe for students from a young age, and is open for all school age students from Prep – Grade 12

Follow this link for further information and ONLINE REGISTRATIONS http://www.raci.org.au/branches/qld-schools/crystal-growing-competition

11:37AM

'The Man Who Knew Infinity' Cinema Double Pass to give away

The prize pack consists of an In Season Double Pass to see The Man Who Knew Infinity OR the Men of Vision DVD pack which includes the following DVD’s:
1. I'm Not There
2. Love & Mercy
3. Nowhere Boy
4. Slumdog Millionaire
5. The Motorcycle Diaries

To enter, answer the question: Who is a scientist that has inspired you and why?
Post your entry here.

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