RUN Maths and Science Digital Classroom
The Regional Universities Network (RUN) Maths and Science Digital Classroom Project is funded by the Australian Government. The project aims to deliver high quality, engaging, and inspiring learning experiences for students and teachers in mathematics and science education, with a focus on schools in regional and peri-urban locations.
The RUN Maths and Science Digital Classroom aims to increase participation in Maths and Science education.
The project team
The project team comprises professionals from a range of backgrounds and experience.
Partners include universities, schools and specialists from maths and science organisations.
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The Regional Universities Network Maths & Science Digital Classroom was officially launched at the University of Southern Queensland on 11 December 2014. The launch was attended by over fifty teachers and academics from Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria to listen to each of the project partners talking about their contribution to the development of […]
The RUN Maths & Science Digital Classroom Project featured in the news this week with press coverage of the recent science and maths activities being undertaken at the University of Southern Queensland. Year 9 and 10 students from Springfield Central State High School, Bremer State High School, Oakey State High School and Our Lady of […]
AMSI have provided some recent Professional Development activities: School visits and professional development Michael O’Connor and Janine McIntosh have had a successful first half of the year visiting schools delivering professional development workshops. They are working with nine schools in two clusters: Warialda, New South Wales, Dalby/Oakey Queensland Conversations with teachers at the start of […]