STEM Education Research Centre (SERC)
The STEM Education Research Centre (SERC) is an internationally renowned institution at the University of Canberra, led by Centenary Professor Tom Lowrie.
SERC is undertaking groundbreaking research in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, using innovative technology to assist children's learning.
Find out more about SERC.
Discover the research projects that have put STEM on the map.
These research projects include:
- Early Learning STEM Australia (ELSA)
- Spatial interventions
- Processing graphics
- Remote numeracy
- Government partnerships for development (GPFD)
- Samsung schools project
- Processing maths tasks
- Spatial reasoning instrument
- Social and geographic location
- Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA)
See a list of SERC publications from 1990 to 2021:
- 2021 publications
- 2020 publications
- 2019 publications
- 2018 publications
- 2017 publications
- 2016 publications
- 2015 publications
- 2014 publications
- 2013 publications
- 2012 publications
- 2011 publications
- 1990–2010 publications
Learn about the partnerships that SERC has established with academics, universities, organisations and expert individuals all over the world:
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