The Science Teachers Association of NSW provides professional learning opportunities for K – 12 science teachers, supporting teachers in their professional growth, enabling schools to maintain their professional teaching standards and sharing the excitement and inspiration of science in the 21st Century.
Explore our range of webinars, workshops and conferences delivered throughout the year here – STANSW Professional Development.
As education systems and the teaching of science evolves, the Science Teachers Association of NSW aims to play a significant role in being both a voice for our teacher members and a change facilitator, supporting science teachers across NSW to smoothly adapt to change and to facilitate the long-term endeavour of excellence in science teaching.
Science Teachers Association of NSW develops a range of resources and publications to support science teachers and students. Find out more here – STANSW Publications & Resources
The Young Scientist Awards Program celebrates the scientific investigations, technological innovations, and mathematical inquiries of K-12 school students across in NSW. Since 1992, the Program has been encouraging students to undertake innovative projects and investigations to find creative solutions to real-world problems.The Program aims to encourage and celebrate excellence in STEM through inquiry-based learning. To find out more contact [email protected]
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The Australian Science Teachers Association acknowledges the First Nations peoples of Australia as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and future and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.