27 April 2014: Seven projects from STEM-TEC received grants from AUT’s Learning and Teaching Development Fund totalling more than $40,000
The following seven projects involving 15 members of the Centre were successful in receiving AUT's Learning and Teaching Development Fund 2014 grants totalling more than $40,000:
1) Virtual Robot Development – project leader Associate Professor Loulin Huang.
2) Developing Digital Resources of Puzzles, Paradoxes, Provocations and Sophisms in STEM Subjects and Investigating their Impact on Enhancing STEM Students' Critical Thinking and Analytical Abilities – project leader Associate Professor Sergiy Klymchuk.
3) Enhancing the Teaching of STEM Subjects Using Digital Technologies – project leader Peter Maclaren.
4) Effective Strategies for Teaching Statistics to Non-Specialists – project leader Dr Sarah Marshall.
5) Screencasts: The Development of AUT's Online Mathematics and Statistics Resources – project leader Dr Robin Hankin.
6) Rewarding Sustainability with Green Teaching Badges II – project leader Dr William Liu.
7) A Diagnostic Testing Framework for Threshold Concepts in Software Engineering – project leader Dr Roopak Sinha.