Connecting industry professionals, resources and Queensland Museum Network objects and artefacts to classrooms.

These videos and more can be viewed on the Queensland Museum YouTube channel. 

Career Pathways in STEM

Future Makers helps teachers bring STEM subjects to life by connecting them to the knowledge and experience of real-life industry professionals from Shell QGC and Queensland Museum Network.

The ‘Career Pathways in STEM’ video series has been developed by Future Makers for teachers to share with students real stories of different pathways that can be followed into a STEM career.

STEM Careers: Dr Christine Lambkin, Entomologist

 

STEM Careers: Dr Jessica Worthington-Wilmer, Molecular Identities Lab Manager

 

STEM Careers: Owen Seeman, Collection Manager; Arachnids

 

STEM Careers: Ellen King, Process Engineer

 

STEM Careers: Sarah Gallegos, Electrical Engineer

 

STEM Careers: Sue Vallis, Conservator

 

STEM Careers: Dr Marissa McNamara, Parasitologist

 

STEM Careers: Dr Paul Muir, Marine Biologist

 

STEM Careers: Mark Land, Production Technician 

 

STEM Careers: Sam Heritage, Environmental Compliance Officer

STEM Careers: Mike Sudmalis, Principal Water Operations Engineer

 

STEM Careers: Espen Knutsen, Palaeontologist

 

Curricular – A Day in the Life

Future Makers helps teachers bring STEM subjects to life by connecting them to the knowledge and experience of real-life industry professionals from Shell QGC and Queensland Museum Network.

The ‘Curricular – A Day in the Life’ video series has been developed by Future Makers and specifically mapped to aspects of the school curriculum to demonstrate actual application of the concepts, skills and knowledge students are learning in the classroom.

Teacher Resource: Year 9 Biology, Natural Ecosystems, Dr Christine Lambkin

 

Teacher Resource: Year 8 Biology, Cells, Dr Jessica Worthington-Wilmer

 

Teacher Resource: Year 6 Biology, Life on Earth, Owen Seeman

 

Teacher Resource: Year 9 Chemistry, Chemical Reactions, Ellen King

 

Teacher Resource: Year 6 Physics, Electrical Energy, Sarah Gallegos

 

Teacher Resource: Year 8 Chemistry, Chemical and Physical Change, Sue Vallis

 

Teacher Resource: Year 7 Biology, Organising Organisms, Dr Marissa McNamara

 

Teacher Resource: Year 9 Biology, Ecosystems, Dr Paul Muir

 

Teacher Resource: Year 6 Chemistry, Reversible and Irreversible change, Mark Land 

Teacher Resource: Year 4, 6, 7, 9 Environment and living things, Sam Heritage

Teacher Resource: Year 7, water, substances and resources, Mike Sudmalis

Teacher Resource: Year 9 Earth Science, Plate Tectonics, Espen Knutsen

 

These videos and more can be viewed on the Queensland Museum YouTube channel. 

Hadron Collider Learning Resources

Future Makers has developed a set of classroom learning resources connected to the Australian Science Curriculum, building upon the themes of the Large Hadron Collider exhibition – previously on display at Queensland Museum. The resources have been developed to align with Year 4, Year 6 and Year 9 curricula.

Teacher Resource: Year 4 and Year 6

Student Resource: Year 4 and Year 6

Teacher Resource: Year 9

Student Resource: Year 9