This term students are looking into their beliefs about learning. The aim of this is to increase students’ understanding and awareness of concepts critical to successful learning at the ASMS. Students will look at beliefs that have about themselves and about intelligence and knowledge that may be impacting on their learning.
You are invited to a fast paced pitch fest where you’ll have 1 minute to give an explanation of your organisation and industry, then pose a challenge, problem or questions for fresh, young minds (students from the Australian Science and Maths School) to solve.
The Year 12 Health Sciences students welcome you to their design showcase. Students have chosen a health science industry issue/problem and worked through a design process to design a product/process to address their chosen issue. Students will pitch their ideas and showcase their design ideas as part of the evening. Tea/coffee and snacks available during showcase. If you have any questions please contact Karla Pobke at ASMS.
Increasing female engagement and participation in STEM subjects is a priority in schools. This professional learning program is working to identifying and practice effective strategies for girls in STEM.
Exploring pathway options for students
Come and see Problem Based Learning (PBL) in action during the ASMS 2017 International Science Fair. Join the ASMS teachers to learn about PBL as a pedagogical approach and how it can be put into action.
On Wednesday 13 September, you will have the opportunity to come into school and hear about subject choices for Year 12 students in 2018. The evening will be divided into sessions: All Year 11 families 6:00 – 6:30 Session 1 – General information about SACE completion, Tertiary entrance and Year 12 subject selection 6:30 – Continue reading→
You are invited to register for the STEM leadership professional learning program facilitated by leaders at the ASMS.
We are excited to announce that the Adelaide Learning Frontiers Network has secured internationally renowned education speaker Ian Gilbert as our facilitator for our final day of working together as a network of schools.
12:00 Light Lunch 12:30 – 13:30 Dr Niki Vincent, SA Equal Opportunity Commissioner 1:30 – 14:30 Sam Moyle, Brighton Secondary School. Some examples of how we encourage Girls to participate in STEM subjects and STEM activities and problem-solving approaches. 14:30 – 15:15 Dr Gobert Lee, Director of Study (Mathematics and Statistics), Flinders University. 15:15 – Continue reading→