FabLearn Australia 2016: Regional and Remote Schools Offer

Lauriston Girls’ School is once again holding its fablearn conference in 2016. The conference will run over two days, and includes workshops, an educator panel and keynotes from industry leaders. Click here to view the conference program.fablearn3

Take Advantage of the Regional Offer

Thanks to a funding grant from Boeing Australia, Lauriston is able to offer a number of FabLearn Bursaries. This means that teachers from rural or remote schools across Victoria can come free of charge and, in some smaller schools, Lauriston will also pay the cost for a casual relief teacher replacement on the Friday (20 May).

How To Apply

To secure one of these free places for yourself, simply send a letter explaining how you fit the following criteria:

  1. Work in a rural or remote school in Victoria
  2. Have an interest in embedding innovative STEAM activities in the classroom
  3. Have an interest in design, technology and making

Send your completed letter to Nick Thornton, Director of The Lauriston Institute thorntonni@lauriston.vic.edu.au or call 03 9864 7611


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The Department of Education and Training will not be funding the use of Global2 past the end of the current contract on 31st of December 2020.

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