Evidence of success

Teachers are seeing the difference.

In December 2019, over 600 science teachers participated in our inaugural Science Education Report. While this report is part of our steadfast commitment to continuous improvement – we use the report’s findings to refine our learning resources and other materials – it also revealed some exciting insights on Stile’s positive impact in the science classroom.
This is the impact teachers are seeing in their classrooms

Stile helps me more effectively engage my students in the science classroom

The reason we started Stile is to make science interesting, accessible, yet challenging for every student. It is reassuring that this is reflected in the results as over 80% of teachers strongly agree or agree.

My students are being appropriately challenged by Stile’s lessons

Over 80% of teachers agree or strongly agree that their students are appropriately challenged by Stile. This includes ensuring there are challenging opportunities for more able students while building self-efficacy in every student so they feel confident in their ability to continually learn and adapt through a multitude of careers.

More discussion around real-world problems

Of teachers that responded, 67% agree or strongly agree that students at their school are becoming more interested in social issues that have a scientific element. Stile lessons are designed to contextualize learning with real-world, socio-scientific issues that will engage students in their learning.

I believe that Stile has played an important role in improving my students’ scientific literacy

When asked if Stile has played an important role in improving their students’ scientific literacy, 64% of teachers agree or strongly agree. Scientific literacy is defined as the ability to engage with science-related issues, and with the ideas of science, as a reflective citizen.

More time given back to teachers to teach

We asked teachers if Stile saves them time and 83% of teachers agree or strongly agree. That means Stile teachers have more time for the things that matter most: getting to know their students, providing effective feedback and challenging them at their level.
For our full report on science education in Australia, you can download the SHAPING SCI–ED report here.
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