STANSWScience Teachers Association of New South Wales (Australia)
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Brett, as well as being a superb teacher, has contributed hugely to science education through STANSW and nationally and is a co-convenor for our conference in Sydney next year.
Join with passionate members of the science teacher community in NSW to enthuse and stimulate your classroom practice at the STANSW 2016 Annual Conference on Science Education (K-12).
Our most popular event, Meet the Markers, will also this year be hosted by UNSW who, along with STANSW patron Professor Merlin Crossley, Dean of Science UNSW, are keen supporters of science education in NSW.
STANSW's Young Scientist (YS) competition continues to attract a large number of entries and, as the only regional competition outside of the US that is affiliated with ISEF, is able to enter high achieving students into both the BHP Billiton, ISEF and Broadcom Foundation events.
To continue to recognise the contributions made by Rosemary to science education, STANSW offers the Rosemary Hafner Memorial Scholarships to assist teachers with their professional development.
Thank you to UNSW Science and to our newly appointed Patron Prof Merlin Crossley for their enduring support of STANSW into 2014.
The second half of the visit has been hosted by STANSW in 2010, STAV in 2011, STAQ in 2012 and most recently SASTA who hosted a very successful visit by the Japanese this year.
Anna Davis began her teaching career in 1990 and has been a member of STANSW throughout her entire career, having joined the association in her final year of university.
Anna has contributed to many STANSW conferences as both a workshop presenter and as a member of the organising committees.
Anna has given long and distinguished service to ASTA and to STANSW where she was recently made a Life Member for her services to that association.
Tanya, a member of STANSW, teaches in the small rural town of Condobolin.