The STAQ Senior Science Conference committee is calling for expressions of interest from teachers, researchers, science technicians and others who would like to present a workshop at the 2013 Senior Science Conference, to be held Saturday 30 November 2013 at QUT Gardens Point. Click here to register your interest.
The Royal National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland (RNA) is committed to supporting the Queensland wine industry and each year contributes $4,000 for one secondary student and one Queensland winemaker to participate in a week long immersion visit to another Australian wine region.
Join primary and secondary teachers of science and science technicians from around Queensland on June 24 & 25 at the 2013 Hot Science Conference in Cairns, a two-day professional development experience proudly hosted by the Science Teachers' Association of Queensland and the association of Queensland Education Science Technicians. Book now!
Featuring keynotes, workshops, excursions and trade displays, this conference will be sure to motivate, inspire and provide you with ideas and skills in teaching and laboratory management. Details on the program will be announced shortly. If you are interested in presenting at this conference, please complete this form.
The Queensland National Science Week Co-ordinating Committee will award at least four grants of up to $2500 to develop and deliver new events, activities or programs for National Science Week.
Schools are invited to enter teams from Grades 10, 11 and 12 in the Queensland Regional Titration Competition. The aim of the competition is to encourage students who enjoy Chemistry - especially practical Chemistry - and to recognise those who are becoming proficient.
Teachers in their first five years of teaching and pre-service teachers are invited to attend the STAQ 2013 Beginning and Pre-Service Teachers' Conference, featuring an engaging keynote, and two expert workshops presented focusing on key pedagogy and curriculum content structured for beginning teachers. Networking and a light refreshment are included, and we guarantee that every participant will take home a resource! STAQ Conferences are certified and contribute to professional development requirements for continued Queensland College of Teachers registration.
Here is an opportunity for students to take part in a scientific competition. The process is simple, and designed to encourage students to develop an interest in Chemistry from a young age. Students can participate as individuals or with a friend, small groups or class groups.
STAQ has changed its postal address! Please update your address books.
You can now write to us at:
Science Teachers' Association of Queensland
C/- School of Education
University of Queensland
St Lucia, Queensland, 4072.
Teachers, start planning now!
Facilitate your creative and innovative students to complete science and engineering projects to solve problems and challenges. There are great prizes on offer and the opportunity for winning students to participate in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles, California.
NANOSCIENCE: SMALL WONDERS, BIG FUTURE
Do you have great students who are passionate about science?
The ISS2013 is a two-week residential science camp held from 30 June to 13 July 2013 at the University of Sydney. It brings together 150 high achieving high school science students from 10 countries for two weeks for this amazing experience.
Students apply online for a scholarship to attend to the ISS. Applicants are open to students in year 11 and 12 in 2013.