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Through the STEM Innovation Lab program, students solve real world problems using revolutionary extended reality technology. Your students will gain the skills they need to thrive in their future careers - from technical skills to critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, communication and collaboration.

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Students research topics such as climate change, waste management, sustainability, and accessibility.

Students create designs ranging from awareness campaigns and realistics solutions, to exploring 'moonshot' concepts through an 'anything is possible' approach.

Through VR/AR technology, drones, interactive smartboards, and more, students build real, digital and tactile respresentations of their ideas.

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Choose

a real world problem

Students research topics such as climate change, waste management, sustainability, and accessibility

Pick a way

to make an impact

Students create designs ranging from awareness campaigns and realistics solutions, to exploring 'moonshot' concepts through an 'anything is possible' approach.

Use technology

to design and create your innovative solution

Students research topics such as climate change, waste management, sustainability, and accessibility

Have a lesson in mind?

Speak to our learning designers about customising the STEM Innovation Lab program to suit your curriculum.

Prepare Students for jobs of the future

The World Economic Forum states that 65% of children entering primary school will work in jobs that don't exist today due to the rapid rate of technological advancement.

Future leaders, innovators and problem solvers

Enable your student to be the future change makers that design, create and innovate.

Teacher PD at the STEM Innovation Lab

Take the next step in your teaching career. Join our team and immerse your teachers in a professional learning journey utilising cutting edge technology. Teachers will leave with expert level blended learning expertise to take back to their classroom.

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Fergus Grant

Digital Coordinator
Mercedes College

Students really benefited from the cutting edge technology - not all schools have access to it all the time, so to have it at their fingertips really gave them a further step into their education.

Amanda Brook

Teacher
St Brigid's Catholic Primary School

The students were completely immersed in learning through the technology, rather than than looking at two dimensional information. They have come up with some really great ideas to follow up and research back at school.

Belinda Zanello

Visual Art Teacher
Sacred Heart College

Very inspired as an educator and for the students to be future-ready! "Creativity is intelligence having fun" - Albert Einstein; and today definitely proved that!

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Future Tech Leaders Symposiums in progress! This week we're visiting Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast, giving teachers the chance to try out our VR/AR and AI Robotics tech hands-on đź’ˇ #EdTech #VR #Robotics https://t.co/CAMgDVkgqV
RT @larubain: Excited to be attending the Future Tech Leaders Symposium this afternoon. It’s great to have an event like this on the #Sunsh…
Today is #GlobalMakerDay! A day to connect, collaborate and MAKE. We're incredibly passionate about creating opportunities to foster the creative maker spirit and supporting students in their quest to create and innovate đź’ˇ #STEM #EdTech #VR https://t.co/QBGp5eodfL