The following are previews of the STEM units that the Amplify STEM schools have developed and implemented in alignment with the STEM Framework.
The STEM units have been developed to support teachers to implement STEM approaches in their own classrooms. Both the Previews and Units can be downloaded.
- Blackmans Bay Primary School
Year 4 – How can we help the penguins to safely cross the road?
- East Launceston Primary School
Year 6 – Survivor: Plane crash on a deserted island
- Invermay Primary School
Year 4 – How can we help move people around town in floods?
- Kempton Primary School
Year 4 – A kitchen garden in school time?
- Lansdowne Crescent Primary School
Year 6 – Future earth energy solutions
- Moonah Primary School
Kindergarten – What makes it go?
- Mowbray Heights Primary School
Year 5 – Can we get the down balls off the roof safely?
- New Town Primary School
Year 4 – How can I reduce waste?
- Perth Primary School
Year 4 – How can we deal with waste in an environmentally friendly way?
- Port Dalrymple School
Year 4 – The problem with seagulls!
- Riverside Primary School
Year 5 – Getting switched on to light
- Sandy Bay Infant School
Kindergarten – How does the garden grow?
- South George Town Primary School
Year 4 – What rubbish!
- South Hobart Primary School
Year 5 – Smart greenhouse
- Waimea Heights Primary School
Year 4 – Reduce plastic rubbish!
- Bayview Secondary College
Year 10 – Positive power solutions
- Brooks High School
Year 9 – Emergency shelter for people
- Clarence High School
Year 9 – How do we create and grow a sustainable garden in the school?
- Lilydale District School
Year 8 – Water for our vines
- Reece High School
Year 8 – My energy efficient house rules
- Rose Bay High School
Year 9 – Habitat for hollow-dwelling species
- Tasman District School
Year 7 – Our own garden