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Welcome to the 24-hour Replay of the STEM Education Summit!

The Tech Explorations STEM Education Summit is a one-of-a-kind event where Educators from around the world come together to share their best insights on the technologies, methodologies, and philosophies they use to teach and inspire the next generation of amazing humans.

Our Speakers are field experts, with a passion for their craft as Educators, Researchers, and Communicators.

In this Summit, each Speaker unlocks their thinking, content creation and teaching methods.

They explain how they deal with change in a world of increasing complexity and uncertainty, and how they use new education technologies and approaches so that their students can learn the right skills, with the right mindset.

Their goal: help the next generation of amazing humans not just succeed, but thrive.


Watch the replays of all presentations of this summit, totally free, no registration needed.

For one day only.


This Summit is free to attend. No registration is needed.

The Summit will begin on Sunday, July 5, 9am, AEST, and remain open for 24 hours.

Check the table below for the start time in your location, or click here to find the start time at your exact location.

Return to this page on the Summit start time, and start watching.

LocationLocal TimeTime ZoneUTC Offset
Sydney (Australia – New South Wales)Sunday, 5 July 2020 at 9:00:00 amAESTUTC+10 hours
San Francisco (USA – California)Saturday, 4 July 2020 at 4:00:00 pmPDTUTC-7 hours
London (United Kingdom – England)Sunday, 5 July 2020 at 12:00:00 midnightBSTUTC+1 hour
New Delhi (India – Delhi)Sunday, 5 July 2020 at 4:30:00 amISTUTC+5:30 hours
Berlin (Germany – Berlin)Sunday, 5 July 2020 at 1:00:00 amCESTUTC+2 hours
Corresponding UTC (GMT)Saturday, 4 July 2020 at 23:00:00  

Summit presentations

Attend this Summit to explore:

  • Digital Technologies and responding to change.
  • Co-constructing learning journeys.
  • STEM at school and home.
  • Maker-spaces.
  • Artificial intelligence.
  • Robotics.
  • Virtual and augmented reality.
  • Making remote learning a rewarding experience.
  • Embedding critical thinking in the classroom.
  • Smart cities that support life-long learning.
  • Leadership in Education.
  • STEM in the great outdoors.
  • Transforming our world (starting with the classroom).
  • Computing without coding.
  • Learning from indigenous traditions and knowledge.
  • Physical Education during lock-down.
  • Teaching and Learning Innovation through big projects.
  • "Education 3.0" and the future of education.

The Tech Explorations STEM Education Summit is perfect for:

  • K-12 STEM teachers.
  • K-12 Principals.
  • Parents and guardians of students in K-12.
  • Education policy makers at the local, state and federal government levels.
  • Education researchers and practitioners from Academia.

What are the presentations in this Summit? 

  1. Julie King: Digital Technologies in focus: responding to change
  2. Marianne Malmstrom & Jim Taylor: Mixiply, free mixed-reality makerspace
  3. Prof John Fischetti: Co-Constructing the Learning Journey with our Children
  4. Stephen Hohm: Everybody Gets to Play! - STEM at School
  5. Gil Poznanski: The 10 Rules of the Makerspace
  6. Dr Peter Ellerton: Critical thinking in STEM
  7. Kieran Nolan: What is Education 3.0 and what it means for the future of educationment
  8. Martin Richards: Making connections to Artificial Intelligence in our daily lives
  9. Silke Bethke, John Nyagah and Catherine Squire Blatti: Supporting families of young children through STEM education
  10. Richard Park: How I transferred my classroom to Online and Return
  11. Joseph Murdoch: Smart Cities
  12. Dr Ken Dovey: Leadership in Education, A Collective Achievement
  13. Meridith Ebbs: Learning outside with STEAM
  14. Brian McNally: Delivering Physical Education (with STEM content) during 'Lockdown'
  15. Michael Scott: Teaching and Learning Innovation: The 'Transform Your World' Innovation Challenge
  16. Dr Karsten Schulz: Computing without Coding
  17. Jesse King: Indigenous Knowledges in STEM
  18. Nicola O'Brien: Remote learning now and in the future
  19. Celinda Corsini: Am I Teaching Robots or Humans?
  20. Kurt Yang: My journey from developing robotics products to teaching robotics online during COVID-19
  21. Matt Richards: VR and creative technologies for distance learning, fun, and wellbeing
  22. Seven Vinton: Strategies for extending student logical reasoning
  23. Dr Jorge de Sousa Pires: Addressing the level of the Learner

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