Wagga teachers across school sectors have the opportunity to brush up on their marking skills and enter a new age of teaching.
The STEMShare Community program is back this term and Wagga public school teachers will be able to increase their repertoire and get a taste of teaching in the future.
The program has 660 kits that include robotics, 3D printing, coding, film-making and virtual reality equipment that is available for schools to borrow for a term.
South Wagga Public School will be hosting a workshop for local government school teachers next Wednesday, February 13.
Riverina design and technology teachers have the opportunity to attend a hands-on simulation workshop of the HSC marking process.
The NSW Education and Standards Authority are hosting this event on March 9 at Kildare Catholic College.
Experienced teachers and markers in design and technology will be leading the workshop and will provide teachers with strategies about how to mentor students through their major design project.
Teachers will also learn how to apply marking practices to different exercises.