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STEMIVERSE Podcast

STEMIVERSE Podcast
STEMIVERSE is a podcast where every week Peter Dalmaris & Marcus Schappi talks with amazing educators about the most important topics in STEM Education.

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Created by: Michelle Dalmaris
Created on: 29 Sep 2017
Language: English

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Add this to another station STEMiverse 0020 - Matt Richards: flipping learning environments with the Makerspace (142.82MB; download) -- [00:00] Introduction - Introducing Matt Richards[02:11] Matt talks about his background[03:44] What prompted Matt to get into Education[06:30] The first Makerspace in Port Macquarie, St Columba Anglican School[11:22] The inspiring beginnings of the Maker Movement in the States[13:54] What makes a Makerspace special in comparison to a classroom: A Makerspace supports “differentiated personalised learning”[16:21] As a teacher, where should I begin in order to turn my classroom into a Makerspace or create a new Makerspace in a dedicated area of a school? - The Competency Framework of The Four Cs: Communication-Colla [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:17:57 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0019 - Brian McNally: Thinking While Moving (112.09MB; download) -- Welcome to STEMiverse Podcast episode 19! In this episode, Peter and Marcus talks with Brian McNally! Brian is a veteran teacher with 23 years of experience. Brian has moved from Outdoor Education to Primary Physical Education, Secondary Physical Education, IT, Maths and Science. Specialising in Gifted and Talented Education, Brian is now teaching stage 3 students, which is years 5 and 6, on the NSW Central Coast in Australia. He is regularly presents seminars and training events to teachers in topics such as: * Thinking while Moving in Mathematics* Using IT in PE* Mathematics These are some of the topics that [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:17:54 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0018 - Naomi Young: STEM on Youtube (155.66MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Peter and Marcus talks with Naomi Young! Naomi Young, who is also known by her screen nick-name “Nay Nay”, is a star of ABC Kids and the creator of the TV and YouTube Kids show Tinkertime. Her songs ‘Bubble Pop’, ‘Smash It Down, ‘I Have A Voice’ and ‘My Brother Ate My LEGO’ are Australian household favourites. You may also know Naomi for her work as the voice of ‘Hootabelle’ on Giggle and Hoot. Her TV credits also include Nickelodeon’s host of Nick Takes Over Your School and Sarvo’, The Wiggles (assistant choreographer, dancer), Playhouse Disney, Home and Away, All Saints and much more. Naomi has been working in Children’s Television and Theatre for 15 years. She graduated with a BA Media Cultural Studies and Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary English Drama) both from Macqu [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:17:50 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0017 - Dr Steve Brodie: Open Innovation (124.70MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Peter talks with Dr Steve Brodie. Steve has over 20 years’ experience in research and development, commercialisation and open innovation within corporate research and development laboratories (multinational and SME) and University technology transfer offices. He is a creative intrapreneur with a proven ability to recognise innovation opportunities and to create and implement solutions to go after them. A core theme throughout Steve’s career has been innovation and, in particular, how individuals and organisations can collaborate to identify innovation opportunities, develop new ideas and innovate. Currently, Steve is the Executive Manager, Innovation at CSIRO, Australia’s premiere research organisation. ON is Australia’s national science and technology accelerator [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:50 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0016 - Dr Karsten Schulz: Walking Supercomputers (123.17MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Marcus and I talk with Karsten Schulz. Karsten Schulz (PhD) is an engineer, computer scientist, and educator. He is leading the Digital Technologies Institute and is the designer of the B4 Modular Microprocessor for the classroom. Karsten has a background in the ICT industry, specifically in RD. He has been involved in the Digital Technologies eduction space since 2008. Some of his previous activities include Young ICT Explorer and Bebras. Most recently, he designed and manufactured the B4 Modular Microprocessor, which students can experiment with in the classroom. Karsten is passionate about digital and biological systems, their similarities, and how things work deep inside. This is STEMiverse Podcast episode 16. Episode notes [00:00] [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:39 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0015 - Pip Cleaves: Code Clubbing (140.23MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse podcast, Marcus and I talk with Pip Cleaves. Pip Cleaves is the National Education Manager for Code Club Australia, a not for profit organisation that has supported the development of over 18,000 clubs and 65,000 students to code every week. She also works as a Sessional Lecturer in the Education and Arts Faculty at The Australian Catholic University. She has worked extensively within the education industry nationally and globally, and in education technology since 2005. She also runs a small business to provide professional learning to educators around technology. In this discussion, Pip talks about STEM education, Code Club (where she is the National Education Manager), technology education support for teachers, schools and libraries, education volunteering, and much more. [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:35 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0014 - Professor John Fischetti: Transformational Teaching (144.73MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse, Marcus and Peter talk with Professor John Fischetti. Professor Fischetti is Head of School of Education School in the University of Newcastle. Over the past 30 years John has worked to revamp classroom practices, school structures and board policies around the new era we are in, that he calls “the collaborative, global innovation age”. In the past, John has served as a Dean in the US, a Professor and teacher. Working inside school reform, revamping teacher education and rethinking leadership preparation over the past thirty years, Professor John Fischetti brings a divergent set of experiences to The University of Newcastle. In this hour long, gem-packed discussion, John talks about
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:29 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0013 - Meridith Ebbs: Project-based learning (128.57MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Peter talks with Meridith Ebbs. Unfortunately Marcus was unable to join us as he was stranded at an airport during this interview. Meridith is a teacher with 23 years of experience in K-10 and adult education. She is interested in integrating STEM into classrooms and she is now also working as the NSW Project Officer for the CSER program with the University of Adelaide. She speaks regularly at conferences on Digital Technologies and evolving pedagogies so teachers can future proof the skills of students. This is STEMiverse episode 13. Show notes [00:00] Introduction - Introducing Meredith Ebbs [01:39] Meredith talks about her background in [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:25 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0012 - Nicola O’Brien: Code Rangers (97.37MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse, Marcus and I talk with Nicola O’Brien. Nicola is the founder of Code Rangers, a company based in Sydney that teachers children how to code, develop games, and apps. Nicola’s created Code Rangers after a long career in corporate Law and Finance. She is particularly pationate about programming and understands the importance of technology literacy as a basic prerequisite for our children’s digital future. Let’s listen to Nicola as she describes her teaching philosophy as she applies it in Code Rangers. Show notes [00:00] Introduction - Introducing Nicola O’Brien[01:38] Nicola talks about her background and her company
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:21 UTC
Add this to another station STEMiverse 0011 - Ariane Skapetis: Explain Everything (128.29MB; download) -- In this episode of STEMiverse, Marcus and I talk with Ariane Skapetis. Ariane is currently a Learning Technologist in Higher-Ed with qualifications and expertise in e-learning, blended learning and K-12 Education. She has held numerous roles throughout her lengthy career in Education. Teacher, Computer Coordinator, ICT Consultant in Sydney region schools and now as a Learning Technologist at UTS. Ariane has seen it all: from the introduction of the Internet to schools in the early 1990s to modern game-based learning, “flipping” the classroom and using mobile phones to enhance educational outcomes. This is STEMiverse episode 11. Show notes [00:00] Introduction - Introducing Ariane Skapetis[02:13] Ariane talks about he [...]
Selected by: Michelle Dalmaris [ stations ], Fri, 29 Sep 2017 23:16:16 UTC
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