An online educational game has been developed by several universities to increase knowledge and awareness about farm safety.
Educators who are able to reimagine traditional learning practices and tune into the interests of their students can foster greater engagement.
The challenges posed by fire in desert country are highlighted in a new simulation game designed for students, Indigenous rangers and landowners.
The number of students enrolling in STEM subjects in their final year of school has almost reached gender parity.
Entries for the annual farm safety calendar drawing competition have opened in primary schools, hosted by Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.
The five-year, multimillion-dollar STEM Together program has launched for students in Years 5–10.
Bees are the focus of a Queensland school plant science competition, with entries closing in June this year.
Indigenous STEM students Australia-wide now have the opportunity to become interns at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Secondary school students are being encouraged to explore a career in the trades through the use of welding simulators.
A digital Engagement Hub with interactive gaming-style experiences has been created to help educate young netballers on the role of nutrition in sport.
Teenagers who are regular night owls are more likely to miss out on proper sleep due to their technology use, according to new UniSA research.
Western Sydney high school students were recently given the opportunity to collaborate with NASA on a space mission.
An online consent education learning platform has been launched for Year 8 students by Kids First Australia.
According to Girl Geek Academy, more action needs to be taken to increase the number of women and girls in STEM.
Students around the globe will have the opportunity to participate in World Maths Day on 8 May 2023.