About
This Stile Flash PL session will discuss the suggested revisions to the Australian Curriculum, what the proposed changes mean for science teachers, and what we're doing to support you in delivering a high quality, curriculum aligned programme to your students.

Clare Feeney, Head of Education at Stile, has thoroughly investigated the suggested changes to the science curriculum, and will be answering questions submitted by our community of teachers. She will also talk about the changes more generally and explain their practical implications for your teaching.

You can read more about our take on the revisions and what we're doing about them in our blog post at stileapp.com/go/ACblog
When
Thu, Jul 29, 2021 · 5:30 PM Melbourne (GMT 10:00)
Presenters
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Clare from Stile
Head of Education (BSc, MIPH, Grad. Dip Ed. Grad Cert Ed. Leadership)
Clare's career began as a medical scientist in biochemistry. While studying and working, she volunteered as a tutor to refugee families, which introduced her to the joy of teaching. As a science and maths teacher, she became aware of the positive impact that technology can have. In 2015 she joined Education Perfect to build Education Perfect Science initially, then leading the team to build Mathematics, Geography, History as well as the Numeracy resources to support students in NAPLAN. In 2019 she joined the team at Stile and is responsible for the development of all teaching and learning resources including the Stile Curriculum.
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Meadhbh O'Brien
Professional Learning Leader (BSc Hons, PGCE)
Meadhbh has taught senior chemistry, mathematics and junior science in both public and private schools in Australia, England and Cyprus. She is an alumnus of the Royal Society of Chemistry scholar program and former mentor of a physics knowledge enhancement course for graduate teachers. Meadhbh works with teachers to enhance their practice with the use of digital resources to maximise the teaching and learning of all students.