Shontelle Lewis (Sharon State School, Bundaberg, QLD) is an advocate for primary school students learning to code and was the winner of the LEGO Education Teacher Award for 2017. She has created and run robotics and coding challenges benefiting not only her own students, but also those of other schools.
Jemma White is a primary school teacher at North Sydney Demonstrations School in New South Wales, Australia. Jemma has created a poster showing the links between the WeDo 2.0 projects and learning outcomes in science and technology.
Shontelle Lewis (Sharon State School, Bundaberg, QLD) is the winner of the LEGO Education Teacher Award for 2017. Shontelle will travel to the LEGO Education Symposium 2017 in Billund, Denmark, May 2017.
Internationally recognised education expert Chris Rogers returns to Australia in March 2017 to work with teachers interested using LEGO materials to support learning in STEM subjects.
The LEGO Education Teacher Award recognises innovative classroom teachers who have an interesting story to tell. LEGO Education will provide assistance for the recipient to present their work at the LEGO Education Symposium 2017 in Billund, Denmark.
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