Daniel Edwards | STEM Teacher
Montello Primary School

Daniel Edwards, STEM Teacher, Montello Primary School

Daniel is a multi-award-winning STEM teacher from Montello Primary School and Parklands High School in Burnie, Tasmania. Daniel is also the founder and CEO of Tasmania's first and only STEM education focused charity, GreenSTEM Education. Daniel has a proven ability to lead innovative, relevant and engaging STEM learning opportunities that both inspire students and transform learning outcomes. As a direct result of his teaching and support, Daniel's students consistenly achieve outstanding, and often nationally unprecedented, levels of success in STEM. Many of his students have won STEM competitions on a state, national and even global level. This has seen Daniel lead the development of a culture where students understand that, despite the barriers they may face, STEM empowers them to achieve anything that they aspire to. Through GreenSTEM Education, Daniel leads significant contributions to the advancement of STEM education in Tasmania and nationally. These include establishing the Greenpower electric vehicle challenge in alignment with UK-based STEM charity Greenpower Education Trust, hosting FIRST Lego League regional tournaments (the first to be held in the NW Tasmanian region) and running after-school STEM programs for the community.


Day 2 @ 11:00

Game on! Empower students to become digital makers through the Australian STEM Video Game Challenge

  • Understand how to empower students to develop digital games through participating in the Australian STEM Video Game Challenge
  • Practical and effective ways to engage and support all students in digital technologies
  • Hear stories of the impact game development has had on real students
  • Get insights on what students enjoy about making games at school
  • Transdisciplinary project based learning: integrating digital technologies across the curriculum
last published: 24/May/24 07:25 GMT

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