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Community

Network with teachers passionate about education

We love hearing from teachers about how they’re leveraging classroom technology to help their students. Unfortunately, these stories often aren’t given an opportunity to be shared with the broader teaching community. That’s why we started the Stile Learning Community. At its core, the Stile Learning Community hosts professional learning events that allow teachers from schools around the country to come together, share their stories with each other and hear from renowned speakers.

Upcoming events

Past events

21 Jan

Getting Students Future Ready

We are hosting a panel talk with Collective Campus on getting students future-ready. Join educators and innovators from Code the Future, No Tosh, Ivanhoe Grammar School and Monash University for an evening of thought-provoking discussion.

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11 Sep

Learning design for ‘Gen Tech'

Keynoted by Dan Haesler, our second Stile Learning Community workshop of 2015 is all about flipped learning. Participants will design their own learning tasks to deepen student understanding, complete with a video created on the day. Click through to find out more!

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2 Jun - 3 Jun

Stile Learning Zone at EduTECH

We went to EduTECH and delivered presentations at the Stile Learning Zone over 2 – 3 June. Click through to see what we talked about.

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1 May

Teaching 'Gen Tech'

A hands-on day with Andrew Douch and Georgina Pazzi! Both keynote presenters also hosted workshops to put the concepts discussed into practice. Click through to see our event summary.

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Australian Research Council

Stile is being used as the digital platform in a three-year study designed to develop a theoretical framework for the use of digital technologies in science teaching and learning. The study is being led by Deakin University School of Education academics Professor Russell Tytler and Associate Professor Peter Hubber, joint developers of an inquiry-based teaching approach known as “representational construction”.