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Electronic Repositories do not have the long history but they are already popular in the present day. When you do not work with them, it means that you do not see all their advantages. Taking advantage of the Digital Data Room you will be not encouraged to use Physical Repositories and other cloud storages. In […]

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A New Place for Retired Teachers to Hang Out

A New Place for Retired Teachers to Hang Out

There is a huge resource of knowledge that resides in schoolteachers, particularly in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Over the coming years many of these knowledgeable teachers will be retiring and their knowledge will be lost to the back yard shed (that is if they haven’t down sized already) if we don’t […]

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Class Movie – F1 in Schools

Published by: Sutherland BEN Date: 30 April 2014 Find out about how the Sutherland Shire F1 in Schools™ Design and Technology Hub started with the help of Sutherland BEN and the growth the partnership has seen over the years. This region has had three teams continue on and compete at the World Finals, placing 4th and 5th […]

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Where is Australia’s national STEM strategy?

Engineers Australia – April 2014: Pages 42-49 By Desi Corbett The majority of countries are supporting well established science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) national programs, while the federal government is yet to mull over a cohesive strategy. Industry groups, professional bodies and the chief scientist have all called for a national STEM strategy that […]

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Magdalene beats the F1 in Schools field

Camden-Narellan Advertiser By Brittany Searle:  March 25, 2014, 3:03 p.m. MAGDALENE Catholic High School raced past the competition at the F1 in Schools National Final in Canberra last week. The Gamma Rayzing team were named the National Champions of 2014 in the professional class and will travel to Abu Dhabi to compete at the World […]

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On the grid for F1 challenge

The Advocate By MARK ACHESON March 6, 2014, 10:30 p.m. IT’S four subjects crammed into one high-powered new course, according to Ulverstone High School student Peter Henderson. The F1 in Schools Technology Challenge is giving the 16-year-old and his team of five an exciting insight into the formula one car racing industry. Students Australia-wide are designing, […]

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A1 Racing Teacher Magazine

Race Team Champs

Australian Teacher Magazine By Jo Earp AUSTRALIAN schools are leading the pack when it comes to the F1 in Schools challenge, racing to a third world championship in a row. The A1 Racing team took the honours at the world finals in Austin, Texas thanks to a collaborative effort involving students from Pine Rivers State […]

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Ben Marshall, Casey Shevlin, Dylan Sexton and Sam Young after the awards. PICTURE: KATE HEALY

Phoenix College students awarded scholarships after world F1 in Schools win

The Courier By NICOLE CAIRNS   PHOENIX College students have been awarded scholarships to City University in London after becoming world champions at the F1 in School competition in Texas last November. Three full-time team members have been given automotive and motorsport engineering scholarships to the prestigious university.  Development engineer Ben Marshall and chief design engineer […]

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