Designed for high school students (years 10 to 12) and aligned with the SACE curriculum, Flinders University has created various educational modules where students are able to participate in water-related STEM activities - topics included are groundwater, environmental health and ecology.
High school students get first-hand experience of practical activities such as conducting a theoretical risk assessment to see whether wetland water is safe for its intended use. The activities will be of particular use to the new science as a human endeavour strand of the SACE curriculum.
There will also be unique opportunities to have your class led, in conjunction with your teacher, by a PhD researcher from Flinders University.
This not only allows expert scientific guidance but enables students to see and discuss potential future tertiary education and career pathways in STEM.
For more information in regards to booking a Flinders University student led workshop, please contact the STEM-Outreach team.