If you attended CONASTA
66, and went to a particularly interesting workshop, I'd love to hear from you.
Almost immediately, I bump into a Sydney friend I made at CONASTA
in Perth several years ago.
On returning from CONASTA
66, I have had the wonderful experience of seeing my eldest son graduate as an electrical engineer from the University of Queensland.
See the BeeSpi V and related products at CONASTA
66 or contact technos@technos.
Three of the authors, Tim Smith, Neil Gordon and Ellen Mobbs, presented a workshop at CONASTA
65, held in Brisbane recently.
We look forward to seeing you next year in Tasmania at CONASTA
Jane has been highly involved in organising CONASTA
when held in South Australia.
He was elected as Vice President of the Tasmanian branch in 1963 and attended his first CONASTA
the same year.
Receiving the Ruth Dircks Scholarship meant I was fortunate enough to experience CONASTA
for the first time, an experience that has possibly been the most significant professional learning event I have attended so far in my career.
66 in Tasmania is now on my list of goals for 2017 and I have invited everyone I know to attend with me.
Working closely with a trusted colleague at my school, we have shared our effective STEM practice through multiple presentations at the local Cockburn Network PL Days and Scitech Teach Meets (an outgrowth of our school's Science Teacher Development school role) and presentations at the CONSTAWA and CONASTA
conferences on STEM and critical thinking.
I hope to see you soon at CONASTA
for another brilliant conference.