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Overview
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This video provides an overview of the SSA National Schools Poster Competition.

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Rationale
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This video describes the rationale behind the SSA National Schools Poster Competition.

How to Deliver the Activity
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This video explains the process to follow for teachers and mentors taking part in the SSA National Schools Poster Competition.

Testimonials
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Participants talk about the competition.



SSA National Statistics Poster Competition (NSPC)

Community Division
Why should kids have all the fun?

These Rules and steps for How To Submit are specific to the Community Division.

For general information about how the competition works, judging criteria, examples, tips and resources, please visit the main SSA National Schools Poster Competition website.

Statistics + X: what's your X?

The SSA National Statistics Poster Competition encourages teams to develop, implement and creatively report upon an investigation on any topic of interest to them (the 'X')... for prizes!

Form teams of 2 to 5 participants (of any ages and relationship*) and conduct a small-scale version of a real-world investigation, developing core STEM and cross-functional skills Create an informative e-poster presentation communicating your investigation clearly, concisely and creatively and utilising quantitative comparisons, displays and analysis.

Submissions received before 15 August 2020 will go into the draw for a special National Science Week $100 prize.

All submissions received prior to 10 November 2020 will be eligible for the grand prize ($400) and runner-up prizes ($100) - which may be split in the event of multiple winners.

To register for the Community Division:



(*Teams can be comprised of families, friends, relatives, associates, etc. from within the same, or across multiple, households. We aim to inspire interest from adults who may wish to collaborate with their family and children on a project, or who may enjoy such pursuits but lack the conduit to explore or have their ideas heard.)


(Please note that accounts for the Community Division and the Schools Competition are on different systems and separate accounts should be made.)



 

Contact Us

Please contact Prof. Peter Howley at Peter.Howley@newcastle.edu.au or (02) 492 15518.

 

Our Sponsors

Inspiring Australia

Why sponsor the NSPC

Have an interest in supporting the future STEM workforce and sponsoring this competition? Please contact Professor Peter Howley at peter.howley@newcastle.edu.au, or telephone (02) 492 15518, to discuss; he can send you a description of the various levels of sponsorship.