Rose Anderson | Curriculum Lead, STEM
Department for Education, Children and Young People, Tasmania

Rose Anderson, Curriculum Lead, STEM, Department for Education, Children and Young People, Tasmania

Rosemary Anderson is a distinguished leader in STEM education, currently serving as the Curriculum Lead, offering her expertise to the Department for Education, Children, and Young People's schools throughout Tasmania. In this role, she develops curriculum-aligned resources and leads professional learning programs for teachers across the STEM disciplines. She has taught High School Science, Mathematics, and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) across several schools in Tasmania. Rosemary has received multiple awards that celebrate her innovative teaching methods and exceptional ability to inspire her students. She was also employed by Harvard University, where she facilitated online courses for students undertaking the Certificate in Teaching with New Technologies. At the heart of Rosemary's professional journey is a passionate commitment to enhancing engagement and interest in STEM courses among learners. She is particularly interested in empowering students from underrepresented or marginalised groups, including girls, to pursue STEM to bridge the gender gap and foster an inclusive educational environment. Rosemary's leadership extends beyond her immediate professional responsibilities. As the immediate Past President of the Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA) and a Past President of the Science Teachers Association of Tasmania (STAT), her influence on science education in Australia is profound. She is also an active Committee Member of the Tasmanian Society for Information Technology in Education (TASITE) and Technology Teachers Tasmania (TTT), contributing to advancing technology and information technology education. A sought-after speaker, Rosemary has shared her insights at numerous STEM conferences, both locally and internationally, often taking the stage as a Keynote Speaker. Her rich content and perspective presentations have inspired educators and policymakers alike, driving the conversation on the future of STEM education.

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