Design of STEM Simulations that Adapt to Learners as they Learn

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Science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills will be vital to Australia's economic future as we position our nation for the 'ideas boom'. The Government has already provided additional funding to restore the focus on STEM learning, and increase student uptake of these subjects in primary and secondary schools. What we need now is a more effective, engaging and accessible way of teaching these skills so we can also advance the learning outcomes. This project will develop new evidence-based guidelines that will lead to the design of highly effective teaching simulations that personalize training to learner proficiency leading to more efficient learning.

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Slava
Kalyuga

Arts and Social Sciences
Education
Shannan
Maisey

Science
Chemistry
Paul
Ayres

Arts and Social Sciences
Education
s.maisey@unsw.edu.au

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