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  • Mini cameras

    Have you got an iPod? Then you have a fantastic tool for collecting data, observing changes over time and enabling your students to see things they might miss with their o...

  • Authoring and programming tools

    Scratch Scratch is a programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art and then share these on the web. As...

  • Competitions

    This page is to profile competitions that GATE students can participate in within New Zealand and globally. Multiple subject areas International Competitions and Assessm...

  • Science 360

    http://science360.gov/files/ This is an amazing site for just exploring.  It is sort of like TED in that it is a collection of videos but here they are all about s...

  • What if....You could understand big numbers!

    How do you feel when you read an article or watch the news and they tell you that millions (1000000) of insects are plaguing someone's crops, or that hundreds of thousands...

  • Solar Bottles

    The other gadgets I have added to this blog have been shiny, futuristic and exciting.  This gadget is a bit different...They use one litre plastic bottles filled with...

  • Harakeke

    Harakeke is a very important plant that the Maori people use in a varierty of ways to furnish their lives and clothe their bodies.  Their use of the plants is guided...

  • Exploratorium

    The Exploratorium is an awesome site to visit - both online and in real life.  This is the original hands-on science museum established by Frank Oppenheimer (brother...

  • Waka

    When you look up waka in "Te Ara - the encyclopedia of Aotearoa" it says: "New Zealand’s abundance of wide-girthed trees such as tōtara meant that Māori could build...

  • Week 6: NZCEL review and new PD provisions

    Hi everyone and welcome back after the long weekend.   Last week Stephanie shared information about a new audio resource for Māori and Samoan   and Jul...