As part of our eduSTEM PBL community, we want to support you and your students as best we can while schools are closed or largely student-free. We don’t believe that student-centred, hands-on learning needs to be put on hold simply because students are working from home.
That’s why we are making all our PBL units available online. We have an online learning environment which houses all our PBL units and which enables schools and teachers to deliver project-based units to students working from home.
We’re not only making our units available online; we are also opening up our entire project library to any student enrolled in the program while the shutdown persists. Here’s what this means:
When a student is enrolled, teachers will have access to every project on the platform. Teachers can assign multiple projects to each student, or can select and assign individual tasks from within multiple projects
Each project is mapped to curriculum and spans a variety of subject areas and year levels
Any teacher can assign any of the projects to subscribed students for them to work through at home. It’s a great way to try the program and all the different units that are available – any one student could be enrolled in multiple units each term, across different subjects
The platform is intuitive and easy to use. It has been designed to be student-facing and includes all the resources and explanations which students need to understand and work through each task.
Want to explore our platform?
To find out more, here’s what you should do:
1. You can check out our platform and the available projects here: https://platform.edustem.com.au/courses. We are adding more projects each week!
2. For each project, you can browse the preview page for an overview of the project, its curriculum links, and a breakdown of the tasks included
3. If you’d like to learn more, please contact Ayrton at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 0499 774 970.