Nationally recognised hub for research, policy and leadership in STEM teaching and learning.
Epi•Stem National Centre has established a research base, an impressive suite of programmes, projects and collaborations, and a solid foundation for the implementation of medium to long-term strategies to address national priorities in STEM teaching and learning
- Goos, M., & Beswick, K. (Eds.) (2021). The learning and...
Seminar Series – Designing Professional Development for Post-Primary Mathematics and Science Teachers: 26th March 2021Two Different Approaches Stemming from an Out-of-Field Experience - Seminar...
The Centre is committed to and guided by an approach that:
- attributes particular value to the development of strong subject-matter knowledge as a basis for strong pedagogical knowledge and practice in the STEM,
- attaches importance to promoting practice that is informed by research,
- seeks to maximise contribution through collaborations and networks.