Welcome to Mag-Net

We have been incorporated for Five years!

Batteries -- and the 5 volt/3.3 volt problem!

Pictured This Week: Our discussion of MP3 Decoders!

Contact  John at "jwidmer(that usual little symbol)scitech.net.au" if you wish to "keep in touch".  If you "borrowed" an Arduino from us at the Berwick Maker-Space ... here are some first steps to see that it is working!!  John also talked to some fantastic teachers from Burwood.

Mag-Net is an incorporated group of science, technology, engineering and maths educators.  It was formed from a network of teachers that ran the Mag-Net Science and technology centred based at Monash University and at the University of Melbourne in the 1990's.  Mag-Net has been incorporated in Victoria since 2014.

It now a formal/informal network of educators concerned with the interpretation and incorporation of STEM ideas   in the formal classroom.

Past and Future Activities

Mag-Net Online Association of STEM Educators Incorporated.  We are presenting at MAVCON 2018

We were pleased to raise the issue of STEM at the Science Teachers' Conference ... but nothing appeared at MAVCON in 2013.  John presented the use of "open-ended" maths software at  MAVCON 2014 in December 2014.  We spoke device programming at MAVCON 2015.

Here is the official photo of our meeting that announced the Victorian Incorporation of Mag-Net in 2013.  Thank you Karen, David, John ( left ) Gary Roland and Rob ( on the right ).  Aaron sent his apologies.  Mag-Net is the first registered STEM educators association of  in Australia!  Can you join? Sure -- But please read our 2017 Annual Report
the 2013 Committee
Mag-Net members (Gary and John ) were please to meet new friends at CONASTA 63 If you wish to email or contact Gary or John email them at "jwidmer(that usual little symbol)scitech.net.au".  They will be happy to talk to you more about the meaning of STEM!

Incorporated Association Number: A0059818T ( Registered in Victoria )

This page was last edited on the  4th of March 2019