14 September 2023: Girls have brought their A-game to the Australian STEM Video Game Challenge this year, making up 73% of the winners, despite being only 33% of the total entrants.
In the news
'Designing playable video games with primary students' by Rebecca Vukovic, Teacher, 14 November 2022
'Extending students in STEM through game development' by Dominique Russell, Teacher, 16 September 2022
'Students scale up their skills for STEM challenge' by Jo Earp, Teacher, 8 October 2021
'Lumen students win national game development challenge' by Ben Smyth, Bega District News, 8 October 2021
Awards shine a spotlight on Indigenous STEM superstars, National, SBS/NITV, 5 February 2020
‘SW students rank high in gaming contest’ WA, West Australian, 15 November 2017
‘Game creation bringing joy into the classroom’ National, Teacher Magazine, 8 November 2017
‘Students shine at Australian STEM Video Game Challenge’ National, Teacher Magazine, 7 November 2017
‘Kalianna School students walk away winners of the Australian STEM Video Game Challenge’ National (syndicated across WIN TV’s 38 regional channels), WIN TV, 3 November 2017
'Game design fosters real learning', [rd] Research Developments, 1 November 2017
‘Junior game designers create a reaction at PAX’ National, Education Today, 29 October 2017
‘Coast gaming gurus take out national prize’ QLD, Sunshine Coast Daily, 25 October 2017
Students shine at Australian STEM Video Game Challenge, by Rebecca Vukovic, Teacher Magazine, 7 November 2016.
Game on: Engaging students in STEM, by Liam Hensel, Research Developments, 1 August 2016.
Australian video game challenge encourages kids to gamify education, by Nathan Lawrence, IGN AU, 19 April 2015.
Teachers re-evaluate value of video games, by Josh Jennings, The Age, 30 November 2014.
Australian STEM prize winners establish scholarship, by Sharon Smith, PC Mag Australia, 19 November 2014.
Kids take on the pros at Australian STEM games challenge, by Sharon Smith, PC Mag Australia, 17 November 2014.