Lumination works with the NSW DoE to provide a range of STEM technology kits to more than 70,000 teachers and 250,000 students across 3,000 schools. These include kits for VR/AR learning, immersive virtual reality and 360 filmmaking.
In 2018, the New South Wales Department of Education (NSW DoE) established a STEM project called stem.T4L, to encourage schools to explore STEM teaching and learning opportunities.
The stem.T4L Project aims to pick up the pieces that have been missing in schools with regard to the integration of technology into the school space. The DoE noticed that there was a process of pushing technology out into schools and expecting schools to just pick up and use whatever tech was delivered. Teachers didn’t know what to ask, how to get help, or what tools to choose. This was making a negative impact on staff performance, student performance, professional development and student engagement.