Stile Webinars

Webinars are a great way to get practical skills and master Stile 20-minutes a time!

Register for upcoming webinars or watch past webinar recordings below. 

Contact the Stile Support Team if you ever get stuck.

All webinars are listed in Australian Eastern time. 

Upcoming webinars:

Stile PD

Getting started with Stile

For teachers either brand new to Stile or teachers who are looking for a refresher.

You will learn:

  • What Stile is, and how it can enhance your science teaching.
  • How to log in, access the resources and be ready to use Stile in the classroom!

Click to register for a webinar:

Tuesday, 21st August 3:45PM

Wednesday, 12th September 4:30PM

Previous webinars:

Report writing with Stile

For teachers looking to use the data in Stile to help with report writing.

You will learn:

  • How you can use the Markbook and export data 
  • How to find useful insights


Tracking progress and leaving feedback

For teachers interested in using Stile to check student work and give feedback

You will learn:

  • How to access and understand Stile's Markbook
  • How to track progress and leave feedback at both individual student and class levels

Customising your lessons

Learn how to customise lessons to suit the needs of your students and the way you teach in the classroom.

You will learn:

  • How to re-order and organise your lessons
  • How to edit/remove existing lesson content
  • How you can add your own resources or new resources to lessons

Using Stile in the classroom


This webinar is designed for individual teachers who know the basics of Stile, and are looking to learn more about best practice of using Stile in the classroom.

You will leave the webinar with:

  •  An idea of how to incorporate Stile into learning programs
  •  Knowledge of how we see best practice of using Stile in the classroom (direct teaching)
  • An idea of how to use Stile as a flipped learning tool

Cells unit walkthrough

Let Science Curriculum Content Writer at Stile, Alison Tandy talk you through our latest unit on Cells.



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