Research is an integral part of the stem.T4L Project. Our research team is led by principal researcher, Dr. Rose Izadinia who has a wealth of experience in educational research. Through our research, the overall effectiveness of this initiative is rigorously evaluated. We use surveys and focus group interviews with teachers and students in K-12 schools as a base for our work.
In each phase of the research, different variables are investigated. These include students’ and teachers’ attitudes toward STEM, interest, self-efficacy beliefs, and students’ 21st century skills. As well as the extent to which such variables experience changes over the course of the project as the research participants implement the stem.T4L equipment.
All stem.T4L research will be published here with supporting audio books (available on Spotify).
A study on the implementation of aeroponics in NSW public schools
Implementing the Inventor Robotics and Table Robotics in primary schools
Indigenous Australian STEM in K-12 Classrooms
IVR as a tool to create digital art - Blacktown Girls High School
An overview of the research on the stem.T4L Project
Does stem.T4L improve student learning outcomes?
NSW High Schools report - Term 4, Nov 2020
Improving students' 21st Century skills - Stem report
Improving students' 21st Century skills - report audio
Creating a sustainable STEM Community of Practice
Creating a sustainable STEM Community of Practice - audio
The impact of stem.T4L technology on students’ STEM career aspirations
The impact of stem.T4L technology on students’ STEM career aspirations audio
Term 4, 2018 report on STEMShare Community Project
The pilot stage of the STEMShare Community Project