Registration and access to content has been extended for another two months with STEM 2020 On Demand running until 27 July 2020.

Teachers across the Central West who haven’t yet registered are encouraged to sign up as the conference presents an opportunity to learn from some of the best experts on creativity, innovation and STEM and connect with likeminded colleagues.

STEM 2020 On Demand: Strategies for a Rapidly Changing World, is an exciting new initiative of the NSW Department of Education and its Learning and Teaching Directorate. It comes in response to the cancellation of the STEM 2020 Live Conference and subsequent Virtual Conference and provides a new channel to deliver the wonderful content that was originally planned but also demonstrates the power of technology in these challenging times.

Those who register can expect exclusive access to keynote videos from some of the best experts from across the country and around the world. This includes Sir Ken Robinson (UK), Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and many more. You can watch Dr Karl Kruszelnicki speaking about the event here.

Registration is essential to gain access to the free online event with features on-demand content that can be viewed at any time up until 27 July 2020. Additionally, those that take part can also connect and continue to engage with like-minded colleagues via Whova App, Facebook and Twitter allowing professional dialogue to develop beyond STEM 2020 On Demand.

To find out more information, including how to register for the event, click here.