STEM - The study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Esperance Primary received a huge boost when it was announced that our application to join TDS - STEM Innovation Partnership was successful.

The TDS STEM Innovation Partnerships will bring together clusters of schools and other interested parties to explore professional practices that increase student engagement, participation and achievement in STEM education.

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The TDS STEM Innovation Partnerships aim to:

·      increase the STEM capability, engagement, participation and aspirations of learners in Western Australian public schools;

·      increase the quality of teaching and capacity of teachers in STEM areas;

·      facilitate effective partnerships with tertiary education providers, industry and the community in order to make STEM learning more relevant and meaningful and open up new opportunities for both learners and teachers that might not otherwise be possible;

·      build networking, innovation and collaboration capability in WA schools; and

·      provide schools with future focused innovative STEM resources that have been

co-developed with and for the teaching profession.

TDS STEM Innovation Partnerships will bring together clusters of schools and other interested parties to explore professional practices that increase student engagement, participation and achievement in STEM education.

The TDS STEM Innovation Partnerships aim to:

·      increase the STEM capability, engagement, participation and aspirations of learners in Western Australian public schools;

·      increase the quality of teaching and capacity of teachers in STEM areas;

·      facilitate effective partnerships with tertiary education providers, industry and the community in order to make STEM learning more relevant and meaningful and open up new opportunities for both learners and teachers that might not otherwise be possible;

·      build networking, innovation and collaboration capability in WA schools; and

·      provide schools with future focused innovative STEM resources that have been

co-developed with and for the teaching profession.