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Creative Lab at the Queensland Museum

Creative Lab teacher professional development program helps teachers to guide their students into an innovative future.
During a full day workshop, experts guide delegates through new, engaging strategies using creative teaching methodologies to teach STEM subjects.

Delegates have the chance to interact with STEM professionals and, have access to Queensland Museum treasures and research, integrated with Australian curriculum-based activities. 

Creative Lab is designed to increase confidence in teaching STEM in the classroom and help increase your students’ participation and performance in STEM subjects. The experiences offered encourage teachers to explore creative solutions to everyday problems. 

Power of Engineering is running one of the workshops at this event called How do we communicate?

Engineering Solutions: How do we communicate?

Discover how you can bring real world engineering into your classroom with the theme of communication; guided by our expert partner, Power of Engineering, and a Queensland Museum Curator for History, Industry and Technology. The workshop includes a design challenge and practical ideas that you can apply to lessons, including engineering concepts to link with STEM.

More information and registrations are here.

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