Wendy Bode | Deputy Principal - STEM
Thuringowa State High School

Wendy Bode, Deputy Principal - STEM, Thuringowa State High School

In her role as Deputy Principal at Thuringowa State High School, Wendy is leading a unique partnership between the Queensland Department of Education and James Cook University called the Global Tropics Future Project.  With over 20 years experience as a Science teacher and Head of Department, Wendy is now shaping the future of STEM education in North Queensland through the Global Tropics Future Project’s key priorities of maximising the potential of gifted students, strengthening outcomes for Indigenous students and improving outcomes for socioeconomically disadvantaged students and students from a rural and remote background.  In preparing North Queensland’s students to meet the increasing demands of STEM graduates in the workforce, the innovative nature of the Global Tropics Future Project provides opportunities for like-minded students to connect and collaboratively explore their passion for STEM as they become future problem solvers, critical and creative thinkers.

Appearances:



Day 1 @ 18:00

STEM enrichment and connectedness to highly capable rural and remote students

Day 2 @ 13:30

STEM learning in the Matrix

last published: 08/Nov/19 00:45 GMT

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