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STEM Newsletter – Term 1 – 2024

Happy 2024 and welcome back to the Brainary’s STEM Newsletter. Over the summer break I had the opportunity to visit our STEM Education partners in Europe...

The Brainary Books & Games Catalogue 2024

We are excited to announce the 2024 Books and Games catalogue from The Brainary! We believe that learning is an exhilarating adventure, curated to ignite...

STEM Newsletter Term 4 2023

We’re excited to share an update on our STEM Makerspace Program which we were awarded a Federal Grant to deliver in the Greater Geelong Region....

Robots, VR feature in free public classes

GEELONG TIMES | BY Billy Higgins EMERGING technologies such as 3D printing, robotics and virtual reality experiences will soon be publicly accessible...

STEM Maker Project Launch

We were thrilled to have the Hon. Richard Marles, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia take time out of his busy schedule to officially launch our STEM...

Creating a Play Space for Early Years

The Brainary’s New Range of Innovative Products Play is an essential part of a child’s early development. It’s not just about having...

STEM Newsletter Term 3 2023 Cover

This term, we have an excellent contribution from Professor Leon Sterling, who delves into the hot topic of Artificial Intelligence after the launch...

What is Artificial Intelligence?

  Leon Sterling | Professor In Software Engineering Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne The launch of Chat-GPT in November...

STEM Newsletter – Term 2 – 2023

This Term we have excellent contributions from leaders in the STEM Education community and an opportunity for you to contribute to the National Robotics...

National Robotics Strategy

Australia is set to get its first ever Robotics Strategy. The Department of Industry, Science and Resources has just released a Discussion paper. ...

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eSTEAM – More than Engagement!

Achieving Purpose, Creativity and Impact through Load Reduction Instruction Sue Floro – Head of Knox Grammar Preparatory School Ian Fairhurst –...

Surprises: Exciting or Anxiety-Inducing?

  When we think of surprises, it is natural for us gravitate towards envisioning happy and positive moments such as receiving an unexpected gift...

How to Spark Joy

Joy is one of the most powerful and positive emotions we can experience. It is a feeling of great pleasure and happiness that can be triggered by a...

The Brainary Books & Games Catalogue 2023

We are excited to announce the 2023 Books and Games catalogue from The Brainary! We believe that learning should be fun, and that’s why we’ve...

HOW DOES MUSIC HELP DEMENTIA?

Did you know, music accesses different parts of the brain than language? And so music can be used to communicate or engage with someone who has been...

STEM newsletter Term 4 2022

STEM Newsletter – Term 4 – 2022

I am excited to share with you our latest quarterly STEM newsletter. Over the last few months, we’ve been busier than ever as we take our robotics programs...

Adoption of Robotics in Schools

In the 1980s, robots appeared to be a great tool to teach robotics or other STEM subjects. Papert was then one of the leaders of this wave and he saw robotics as a perfect vehicle to propose concrete

Robotics in Space for Gippsland Tech School

The Gippsland Tech School is a high-tech learning environment, with innovative education programs linked with local industry delivering real-world learning to students.

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