Professional learning

Sessions negotiable

Available all year

Bookings

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Professional Development for teachers

Access Scienceworks staff, expertise and resources for your next professional learning opportunity. Take advantage of our unique expertise and facilities including award-winning exhibitions, Melbourne Planetarium and the Lightning Room.

With particular expertise in STEM, digital technologies, physics and astronomy, examples of professional learning topics include:

  • Robotics and coding
  • STEM projects and innovation
  • Makerspaces, tinkering and creative thinking
  • Electricity and magnetism
  • Astronomy and Space Sciences

The Scienceworks education team can support professional learning tailored to school and curriculum needs for all year levels from kindergarten to tertiary. A variety of professional learning formats can be arranged. We can incorporate staff-led workshops, problem-based challenges, project design and support, teacher and student co-learning models, and exhibition explorations.

For individual teacher professional learning registration, see our scheduled workshop sessions below and partner PL offerings.
 

2019 Professional Learning

Reserve your place for STEM PD at Scienceworks this year. Limited capacity 20 teachers per session, morning tea included. For bookings call (03) 9392 4819.

Have your say

The Scienceworks education team seeks your input to co-create the professional learning calendar to best suit your needs. Please answer the following questions about the type of PD you would like to attend and the best time these should be offered.

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Enquiries

To enquire call 13 11 02. To keep up to date with professional learning opportunities Museums Victoria-wide, join MV Teachers for a variety of benefits.
 

Our collaborators

Curator Rebecca Carland presenting rare books at Thinking Without Borders, teacher professional development workshop

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Museums Victoria's free online subscription service for teachers in Victorian schools and education institutions.