This immersive learning opportunity will see participants ‘living the learning’ by engaging in the experience of working collaboratively through the design and making processes.
The ASMS invites all of our wonderful school community to this FREE event at Matthew Flinders Theatre, located on the Flinders University Main Campus. Arrive at 5:45pm for a special guest talk on the key issue of equality starting at 6pm, followed by the screening of ‘Miss Representation’ at 6:30 – 8.00pm.
The purpose of this Year 12 Parent Information evening is to give you an opportunity to meet your child’s Year 12 teachers and learn about the specific subject requirements. Each subject session will run for up to 20 minutes with time for questions. You will need to check your child’s timetable to see who their subject teacher are. There will also be an opportunity for you to learn more about our support for students.
Our first parent seminar for 2017 is based on ‘Mental Health in teenagers’. The seminar will look at common mental health issues for teenagers, how to recognise early warning signs, how you can support your teenager with mental health.
Our focus will again be on learning design to engage all learners using Learning Frontiers four design principles as our framework.
The five sessions will provide support for those interested in their own personal leadership development both within ASMS and other sites within DECD. We would also like this group to contribute to the ASMS concept of contributive leadership.
ASMS will be hosting a ThinkUKnow presentation on Wednesday 24 May and all parents, carers and teachers are encouraged to attend. This is the second in our parent seminar series that will run throughout the year.
PMEG is a program aimed at primary students who are motivated and interested in maths.
Have heard about the Australian Science and Maths School or perhaps you watched the Future Proof story on Four Corners last year? Maybe you are interested in visiting the school, understanding how students are solving real world problems, and building capabilities for jobs of the future?
Increasing female engagement, participation and positive disposition in STEM subjects is a school and public priority. Education and commercial institutions across South Australia are heavily investing in new programs for girls, with the singular goal of creating a new generation of influential STEM leaders. The Girls in STEM Showcase will provide the opportunity to collaborate across schools and offer practical insight into contemporary strategies, pedagogy and classroom practices.