Bring learning to life by connecting curriculum content to the real world

Each eduSTEM project is built around a real-world problem that emotionally engages students. Students must apply curriculum content to understand & solve the problem. This enhances engagement and improves content retention through transfer learning

OCEAN PLASTIC WASTE

Students explore the impact of ocean plastics on marine ecosystems and examine why plastic doesn't biodegrade

THE BIG DRY

Students explore the challenges posed by water scarcity, increasing drought, and the prospect of a waterless world in the future

BIG AUSTRALIA

Students must re-design a city to better cater for an increasing population & rapid urbanisation, ensuring it remains sustainable and liveable

 

TO MINE OR NOT TO MINE?

Students study the economic, environmental, and social impact of mining and determine whether a new mine should be opened

A HEALTHIER CITY

Students examine the health impact of air and water pollution  at a cellular level and on the function of our organs

ABANDON OR ADAPT?

Students weigh the impact of climate change on Earth against our ability to inhabit another planet. The future of humanity is in their hands!

THE SIXTH EXTINCTION

Students must combat the Sixth Extinction, an environmental catastrophe which might wipe out a million species within the next few decades

PLANNING THE PLAYGROUND

Students create a new piece of playground equipment, applying their knowledge of gravity, forces, and simple machines, that children will love!

MY RESTAURANT RULES

Students must use what they learn in food technology to create a healthy, sustainability-conscious restaurant

THE FUTURE OF ENERGY

Students must create a solution for a more energy-efficient home which, in reducing how much energy is used, can promote a more sustainable future

GOING VIRAL

Students must explore the origins of COVID-19, its impact on our health, and how successful our response to stopping its spread has been

LAY OF THE LAND

Students explore how landscapes are shaped, and the human impact on landscapes, to create a plan to better protect them

AMIDST THE ANTHROPOCENE

Students identify changes within an environment and identify the impact on that environment’s health. They create a plan to manage that environment

LAYING DOWN THE LAW

Students are tasked with creating new laws that will ensure our society remains liveable and sustainable amidst increasingly rapid urbanisation

WHEN IN ROME

Students must recreate an aspect of Roman daily life so that people can have an immersive experience of what it would have been like to be alive at that time

AUSTRALIAN VOICES

Is there one Australian voice? Students consider this question through an analysis of contemporary Australian texts

IS AMBITION REALLY THAT BAD?

A central theme of the tragedy of Macbeth is ambition and the destruction that can occur when ambition goes unchecked. But is ambition really that bad?

STARTUP SCHOOL

Students are set the challenge of creating a business idea and then ‘building’ a business and a minimum viable product which they can market and sell

WHAT A WASTE

Students must examine the main sources of waste from our community and then develop a product or solution to reduce how much waste we produce

PROJECT MOONSHOT

Students will explore the physics of flight and its real-world applications through the context of rocketry

HOW WE CHANGED OUR MINDS

Students explore changing beliefs around the origin of the Universe to create a tutorial for younger students on how to use evidence to change their mind

HEART OF THE NATION

Students must invigorate a regional centre to increase its liveability and ease the pressure on overcrowded urban areas

OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Students must examine global connectedness through the lens of a developing nation. They must decide if the country should be ‘open for business’!

THE BLACK DEATH

If the Black Death happened today, which would have been worse: COVID-19 or the Plague? Students examine this question by exploring the Black Death

EMPATHY

& WONDER

Students use their study of Wonder to create an idea that will reduce prejudice or non-acceptance amongst new Year 7 students

A HERO'S TALE

Students explore what it means to be a hero and the importance of stories of heroism, and then tell a story of heroism of their own

WHAT IS TRUTH?

Students will take on the role of philosophers exploring the nature of truth through their study of Life of Pi and other contemporary media texts

INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN THINKING

Students examine what it means to be an innovator, build crucial collaboration skills, and adopt the ‘fail fast’ mindset of prototyping

THE BLOCK

Students are tasked with creating a new learning space which promotes wellbeing in all its forms, as well as promoting innovative learning

FEELING ELECTRIC

Students must create two signalling devices using their understanding of electric circuits, electricity, & electromagnetism

MAGIC ON THE MENU

Students use cooking to help them explore and understand elements, atomic structure, and chemical reactions

THE FUTURE OF FOOD

Students will consider the sustainability of our agricultural practices whilst also exploring the need for increasing food production to feed a growing global population

WORLD OF WELLNESS

Students create an NGO focused on one key issue impacting wellbeing which each team decides is the most pressing problem to solve

HERO OR VILLAIN?

Should Emperor Qin Shi Huang be remembered as a great reformer and founding father of China or a bloodthirsty tyrant?

COMBATING CORRUPTION

Students use their study of Trash to create a guide for how young people should fight against corruption in the world today

WAS IT ALL A DREAM?

After studying The Great Gatsby, students would be forgiven for thinking the American Dream will lead to disappointment. But is this really true?

WORK RULES

Students explore their strengths, interests, and skills to identify potential future career paths for them, and then establish what they need to do to succeed in it

MAKING A BETTER WORLD

What is the most important way to make a better world? Students must create an idea, a speech to be delivered to the UN, and start a movement to inspire a generation!

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