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  • James

    Tags: Science, gadgets, outdoor stuff, skiing

  • Mary Woods

    I am a teacher at Mount Maunganui Intermediate and I am always interested in integrating ICT into my classroom porgamme. Like to try new things all the time to engage my students.  I have been a lead leader in ICT at my previous school and this year I am incharge of leading the learning with ICT...

    Skills: Can integrate ICT, ICT embedded in my classroom practice, Teacher of Future Problem Solving, Inquiry, Science, English, Mathematics and PE. Team leader.

  • Teaching Primary Science

    You don't need to be a Scientist to DO Science!  Don't think you need to leave it to the experts for your students to learn about Science, there are lots of great PD opportunities & resources to support you in providing Science learning opportunities for our kids. Check out this online...

    Tags: science education, primary science, Science, future-oriented science, science teaching, science resources

  • Toby Swallow

    Teacher at Greymouth High School.

    Tags: BYOD, Science, Biology

  • Science Alive!

    We are New Zealand's only independent science centre. We make science interactive and fun!

    Tags: Education, Science, Technology

  • Shelley Muston

    Tags: e learning, BYOD, GATE, Literacy, Maths, Science, leadership

  • sinead heckett

    I am a Year 4 teacher and the team leader for Year 4. 

    Tags: Maths, Science, Sport and Cooking

  • Nature of Science in the primary classroom - PLD opportunity

    What is the Nature of Science? Why is it important and how can we teach it? Science Alive invites you to a short blended PD course to investigate the what, why and how of teaching the Nature of Science in the primary classroom. Discover how to engage your students in hands-on activities ...

    Tags: science education, primary science, Science, pld, professional development

  • LCN Science Networks

    LCN Science Networks

    Tags: Science, Education, LCN, learning and change networks

  • May the Force be With You!

    Are you a student who is interested in Science? - in the world around you, and why things work as they do?  Why is it harder to stay up on a snowboard than on a ski? Did you know that the G forces at work on a NZ falcon’s brain are over twice as many as those at work on an a...

    Tags: science education, primary science, Science, online learning