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Science Teachers' Workshop

November 2020
Our online professional development courses are suitable for high school science teachers of all levels. Whether you’re just starting out, teaching in a new area, or have years of experience, our program has something for you.

We're excited to be offering the highly successful Science Teachers' Workshop again this year which will run across multiple science disciplines over a one-week period. These sessions will be run entirely online including live presentations, video recordings and open Q&A sessions.

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Program Details

Dates: 23-26 November 2020

Times: 8.30am-4pm, slightly varying per day

Cost: $220 (inc GST) per teacher. This includes access to all sessions and workshops for all disciplines.

Format: Online through a mixture of lectures, workshops, videos, panel discussions and networking opportunities.

Schedule & Content: Download Science Teachers’ Workshop Program 2020.pdf (557.4KB)

Please note that the content and session starting times are subject to adjustment. Any changes will be emailed to registered attendees closer to the date.

Registrations: Register for Science Teachers' Workshop 2020

Registrations do not require upfront payment. Schools will be invoiced after confirmation.

Biology and Earth & Environmental Science - BeInspired STANSW

As the Science Teachers’ Association of New South Wales (STANSW) is holding their annual Biology, Earth and Environmental, Investigating Science conference, or BEEINS 2020 - BeInspired #BEEINSpired2020 on the 27 and 28 November 2020, the University of Sydney will be contributing content and expertise to the conference instead of holding our own workshops.

Our content will most likely include Biology and Earth and Environmental Science topics such as bushfires, CRISPR, viruses, and findings from our Amgen Biotech Experience program.

Financial assistance to attend

Teachers may apply to have their registration fees waived due to requiring financial assistance to attend the Science Teachers Workshop 2020.

Teachers applying for financial assistance must be:

  • Currently teaching in a NSW government identified Low Socio-Economic Status (LSES) high school
  • Currently teaching at HSC level in a relevant discipline i.e. chemistry, physics, geography or agriculture
  • Able to attend the Science Teachers’ Workshop in November 2020

To apply for the Financial Assistance package please email

Terms and Conditions

  1. To assist the University of Sydney with it’s programs, successful applicants will be required to complete some pre-event and post-event feedback.
  2. If you are not able to attend for unforeseen circumstances, your registration may be transferred to an alternative teacher from your school. You must notify us in writing not later than 2 weeks before the workshop.

Download 2020 Program

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Caitlin Fisher

School Programs Officer